I recently asked people at the guild if they had any embroidery samples or little cross stitch embroideries that they didn't want if they would like to donate them to the sales table and I would make them into cards for the Guild to sell at the exhibition.
So far I have made about 40 cards.
The small embroidery on the centre one is only an inch square.
Then there were a lot of Hardanger samples also from the lady who was a teacher.
The cloth was the one she did all her samples on and I couldn't bring myself to throw it out so I cut out all the little sections and added them to cards.
Then there were embroideries on painted vliesofix background fabrics ---
Finally there are some embroideries depicting an Australian sunset.
One of the members painted the Aida cloth in the orange tones that depict the sunsets in the west and you can see the silhouettes of the trees and birds.
Different people have embroidered these two and that is the reason these embroideries are at different heights.
Now I have to start making my own cards to sell---it's a good thing that my Mojo has returned.