In my two different worlds (work and personal) this means different things. At work I'm always telling my cash staff to scan each item to make sure the correct product gets credited as a sale...but at home it involves a flatbed device that digitizes my work into picture files.
That's what I did tonight! I have been working on a stitchery project entitled Portholes Of Inspiration which will eventually become a quilt (once I complete all the pieces). Had promised to share some of this work with various on-line friends, so decided to get scanned in the ones I've completed so far.....all 25 of them.
The idea evolved from the original pattern for my Pin Pal (a fancy name for a pin cushion). The top section was a small round CQ piece stretched over a metal form (recycled frozen juice can lid) and then fabric was stretched over a stack of same for the base. The two were stitched together to finish the piece. But while making tops for some of these....the vision struck me that these pieces would look stunning framed out in a black velveteen cutout! I decided I just had to do that...so used a piece of polar fleece as an interim frame...and just loved the look!
Attaching a few of my favourites. The idea is to make each one as different as my imagination can manage. Enjoy