Here are two great fraktur flower pieces which used a couple of her techniques. I see needle felting, standing wool circles (quillies), embroidery stitches, beading and forget what else that I can't see in the picture.
This bluebird below has several techniques applied to the cute primitive piece also. As you can see it still needs to be bound as did a few of her pieces but they were done enough to give us lots of eye candy.
Below is a holiday piece which was done directly onto wool good for hooking, so it can be done. The tree is needle felted.
Can't remember if Ali said this was a personal challenge or one with a group, but she did two flowers with entirely two different looks.
I've a thing for log cabins, and also like how Ali has done a patchwork type framing.
Here is a close up of the cabin and tree.
A poinsettia pillow hooked on her hand dyed linen.
I believe the piece below is from one of her booklets.
Another cute wool tote a hooked sheep face and quillies. Note the lether feet hanging from under the tote/purse.
Another sheep and way different which incorporates needle felting (moon, trees, windows and door.
Another small heart using left overs.
How sweet is this snowman with his wool jacket?
A close up of the sewn on jacket.
Well, there ya have it. Now I've got to knuckle down and reduce the picture size but first need to draw a pattern for someone.
Have a great afternoon.