More Tags

Time to catch up on my progress with the #52hannemade tags challenge.Sorry rather a lot this time, and I think there is one missing. I will include it the next time.


Each one is made of three fabric layers attached to one side only. Interesting to construct.

A nice cuppa.

The idea was to appliqué a mug, but I have been wanting to use this piece of fabric left over from the First, nay only quilt I have made to date, so I did. I call it faux appliqué.

Running stitch, lace and a shape

Soothing slow stitching, loved this one.

Fabric weaving

I enjoyed this one a lot.

Reverse Applique

We had a five layers of fabric each shape cut to a different layer. I found this hard and a bit frustrating, especially as my final layer frayed when I got to it and I had to put a patch under it!


The idea was to use the shapes we cut out last week and appliqué them in the same design. Mine hadn’t survived the ordeal of reverse appliqué sufficiently well, so I cut fresh pieces!

Couching textures

Great fun! Sorry bit blurry.

Bullion Knots

I added French knots too, it seemed to need them.

This challenge has been just right for me this month, doable creativity.

Author: nanacathy2

We recently moved house to Wiltshire to be closer to family. This means I have a lovely new area to explore and being retired time to enjoy my family, the garden, walking, reading, crafting, history and life in general.

5 thoughts on “More Tags”

  1. If I had to pick one (or maybe two) they would be Fabric Weaving followed by the one above- Running Stitch lace and shape. It wasn’t until I enlarged the Running Stitch photo I realised there were several pieces of fabric involved.

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