My first blog was on sewing of beaded shoes which can be view at Peranakan Beaded Shoes – “Manek Ay”. Besides that I have venture into sewing a lot of items using beads. These are some of the beads embroidery that I have done in the past years.

These bags can be used for keeping hand phone, tissue paper, spectacles…..I have given some of these items as presents/gifts for my friends and relatives on special occasion. They were very pleased with it.

I have gone as far as framing up one of the beads design as a picture to hang on the wall in my living hall.

These are miniature pillows with colourful flower design. I used them to brighten up small corners in cupboards and on table tops.

All the colourful beads, patterns and materials can easily be found in handicraft shops – Sin Seng Lee in Penang Road and Sin Soon Lee in Rangoon Road. It is an interesting hobby. It gives me a rewarding feeling looking at them.

Do give your views and ideas on beads and cross stitch sewing and I would be happy to share mine with you too.

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4 comments so far

Anonymous
 1 

pretty stuffz!!!!! :D

February 10th, 2008 at 6:23 pm
 2 

Pui fuk pui fuk! :0

cariso´s last blog post..????? (Conches Soup)

November 12th, 2008 at 10:51 pm
Linda Chua
 3 

hey…am into cross stitching also…email me…maybe we can share charts!!

March 23rd, 2009 at 11:02 am
sarryan
 4 

do u do any backstitching on all your beads work if there are any and u always do full background?

August 5th, 2010 at 5:26 pm

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