Stitchery projects showcasing a variety of handwork techniques offer a bounty of inspiration to all who visit Huckleberry Patches in McCall, Idaho.
New wool and fabric collections team up with a bevy of handwork projects in the main room of the colorful shop.
Projects featuring dimensional appliqué and hand-dyed wool pop against the lavender walls at Huckleberry Patches.
Front row, from left: Katie Granger (owner) and Lisa Murrant (owner); back row: Kristie Forrey, Sandra Ormiston, and Joyce Alexander.
Autumn decor, quilt samples, and bolts of fabric team up in a fall-theme display.
The African Tulip Tote and coordinating coin purse by Sue Spargo showcase myriad embellishments and hand-embroidery stitches.
Rows of bolts featuring1930s fabrics accompany a block-of-the-month project and yo-yo quilt. Both projects provide opportunities to practice handwork.
A generous selection of reproduction-inspired fabrics and patterns find a home in the Civil War room.
A loop design in the backgrounds of the basket and wreath blocks, a feathered leaf in each Four-Patch unit, and a continuous vine in the border are highlights of Christine Vogel’s machine-quilting designs on Brimming Baskets.