Monday, July 1, 2013

A Stitcher's Finish

I received quite a few photos in the
last few days from fellow stitchers :)
The needles are flying out there!
First, Judy of Attic Raggedys 
and a fellow member of Samplermakers,
sent in another finish.   This time she's 
stitched Down Virginia Way.  

Doesn't this look fabulous framed.  I'm just loving it!
Judy used the called for threads except for having 
to substitute WDW Cocoa for the CC Pollywog 
because it was out of stock.   I think it looks great!
x x x x x
Carole, also a Samplermakers member,
sent a picture of her Happy 4th finish.
This was her first attempt at ruching with ribbon.
Looks like a pro to me.
It's beautiful and so patriotic.  I'll bet it's even better
in person.   Such a nice display too.
Carole was sweet enough to purchase the little
1776 cupcake pincushion I made and I'm so
glad to see she's enjoying it.  Thanks again
Carole.
x x x x x
And last but not least, Bonnie quickly stitched up
my new release, A Bee's Bounty.
Of course, Bonnie stitched this on 48ct.

How sweet.  She say's it's only about 3 x 6.
Good things come in small packages, right?
It's adorable Bonnie.
x x x x x
Thank you all for sharing your finishes with me.
It always makes me smile to see them and I
love showing them to my fellow bloggers.
x x x x x
I finished designing and charting the third and probably
final bee design this morning. This one may
be my favorite in the series.
Hope to get stitching on it soon, but need to
pick out some linen for the project first.

Have a wonderful week and thanks for
visiting.  Smiles, ~Nan

7 comments:

Laura Duet said...

These are fabulous finishes of your beautiful designs Nan!!! So good to see them. Very inspiring!

Elisabetta said...

Great works, I love so much the sampler!!;)

Three Sheep Studio said...

These are all beautiful projects.
Can hardly wait to see your next bee design. ;)
Rose

cucki said...

So pretty x

eszter said...

great works, my favourite is the first

Roberta said...

Each one so different but all are lovely! But then, it's hard to go wrong when you start with such a great design. ~Roberta

Michelle said...

Ooh lovely x