She's a tremendously good crafter and I can't say that she has made something which I don't like. Besídes that she's such a positive person with lots of humour. The way she looks upon everyday life with her children, is a big inspiration to me and must so for all mothers (and fathers).
I chose to sew the embroidery on white and purple Gingham. The piece of fabric is actually the front of a dress, so the Lilybird Chandelier is placed on the cheast of it.
The colours of floss were meant to be pastels only (you know how I feel about those colours!) but somehow a few green colours managed to sneak in.
I know that I'm going to make more editions of the embroidery pattern. I want to try out a version made in the same colour of floss on the entire embroidery - and I have to sew it on some flax too!
If you are tempted to make your own Lilybird Chandelier, you can buy the pattern right here....