Tuesday, May 3, 2011

~A Sewing Bag ~

Hello, it's seems like it's been forever since I've shown anything I have completed.  I have been so involved with designing lately that I haven't had much time to stitch.  I have 2 new designs completed that I will soon be releasing.  
I recently got a chance to stitch something I've wanted to for awhile. 
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This is my finish of the 1820 Sewing Bag.  Design by Stacy Nash Primitives.
It's stitched on 28ct linen that I've stained. 
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Inside there's a large pocket to keep everything you need when sewing.
I've stitched on an overdyed wool heart, trimmed out in a bit of light gold velvet, to hold your needles.  I also made a little card with few mother of pearl buttons that can slip inside the pocket.  I got the card design from my friend and TDIPT sister Jan, who has a shop on Etsy called Digital Antiques.  She has a ton of really great images.  This was really fun to make.
Well, off to do a bit more sewing.  I'm working on a pinkeep right now and hope to show you another finish in a few days.  Till then Happy Stitching.
~Nan

15 comments:

pokeberry primitives said...

That is beautiful Nan....I am sure it is even more so in person! Have a great day<3

Joy said...

Nan, you do such lovely work...stitching and finishing!

jackie said...

I just LOVE this....thanks for sharing

dixiesamplardesigns said...

What a gorgeous finish, Nan!! I love it...

Happy Stitchin'
Terri

Sharon said...

It's gorgeous! I love the added touch of the wool heart.

Karen said...

That is just too cute! I can't wait to see what goodies you have coming out.

happy stitching....

Michelle said...

Oh my goodness its lovely xx

The Sampler Girl said...

SO beautiful!!

Tanya

Tamaravvo said...

Замечательная вещь!

marly said...

VERY nice finish!

Kate said...

Gorgeous finish - love the wool heart.

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

Your projects are always so nice.

Berit said...

I STILL have yet to make/finish a Stacy Nash piece--It is so thrilling to see yours. :D

Dawn said...

Beautiful! Love the little buttons too.

The Crackling Crows said...

Absolutely gorgeous Nan :) both of them...oh my I miss stitching!