I don’t know about you, but I’ve kinda been crushing on crewel or embroidery with wool. Crewel has always been a popular way for a young lady to spendÂ an afternoon in the 1800s, but when I think of crewel, it’s not really Laura Ingalls, but more those groovy ladies of the seventies that were embroidering sweet sweet signs like this in the seventies.
And clearly a lot of mushrooms.
Check out this little soul train!
Image via: Etsy.
These darling pieces of vintage crewel cuteness can be found in almost any thrift store today. Danielle scored this sweet kitty.
But sometimes, crewel isn’t so sweet. But more nightmare inducing…
(Image of my worst nightmare via Etsy.)
I still think I can’t help but go to any Estate sale and find the remnants or an unused kit just waiting to come to life.
So, maybe I’ll pick one up at the next estate sale. Have you ever dabbled in the world of crewel. Did your mother or grandmother? Any memories of this wild and wooly craft lurking in your attic?