Friday, January 22, 2016

A Collaboration

I'm very happy to finally get to show you something I've been working on for months.
I'll be doing a series of reproduction candle board finishes.  3 in all.  I drew my inspiration for this series from antique butter molds.
This is a collaboration with Kelmscott Designs, who is distributing the candle boards, which can
be ordered from your favorite Needlework shop.

Here is the first design in the series.

"Leaping Stag" Candle Board

The design is stitched on 32ct Vtg. Exemplar by Lakeside Linens and trimmed with
Faded Colonial Blue pom pom by Dames of the Needle.  The floss is from The Gentle Art in the colors,  Apple Cider, Brethren Blue, Mountain Mist and Wood Trail.
The Candle Board is 5/5" across, the handle is 2.75" height and the full height is 8.25"

This is now available from my distributor and will also be in my Etsy Shop.

I have a few more designs close to releasing.  I can't wait to show you them very soon!
Smiles, ~Nan


13 comments:

Charlene ♥ SC said...

So pretty, Nan! Can't wait to see the others.

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

beautiful!!!
xoxox
L

Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

That is adorable, Nan!

Barb said...

What a wonderful idea! I have several antique butter molds so I would love doing this series.

Faye said...

I MUST have this to stitch! I absolutely love its uniqueness..... Great job friend!

Christina said...

Oh wow, how unique. I really like it.

LaNelle said...

Fabulous Nan! Colors are just so lovely...calming to look at, peaceful ....

Three Sheep Studio said...

Exceptionally beautiful, Nan !
Rose

Robin in Virginia said...

Okay Nan! I look forward to adding this chart to my pile. Very nice looking stag! Stay warm and be safe this weekend!

Vonna, The Twisted Stitcher said...

DARLING! :)
I do love the look of the candle boards! Your pattern is perfectly done and displays gorgeously!

Wendy said...

Nan,
The candleboard is a unique way to display the lovely stitching. It's beautiful.
Wendy

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

So Beautiful Nan!!! I went on the Kelmscott Designs web site and they have so many wonderful things ~ except they have no prices do you know about how much the paddle boards run???
Many Blessings
Robin

Judy said...

I love it, Nan. I love homemade butter and have been molding cookies for several years now. Thank you for designing it in 32 count. :-)