Well, I’ve just received feedback on my very last City & Guilds brief and I feel a little ’empty’ now. I’ve enjoyed the course and its challenges so much, I’m going to have to find some new pressure now! Here is the final stitch. Why not have a go yourself? It works well on cotton fabric. 1. Set your machine to free embroidery, draw a circle and draw over it again. 2. Zigzag stitch over the raw edge. 3. Create some spokes by sewing a running stitch from one edge of the circle to the other and back over the same line again. I’m always amazed that you can stitch in thin air! 4. Change to zigzag stitch and go over the spoke. You can stitch a pattern around to the position of the next spoke, or you can lift up the needle and move it along. Try some other shapes and different spokes – they don’t have to be wheels. I found that smaller circles worked better to begin with.