Sunday, January 23, 2011

A Bit of Stitching

I have been so busy.  I have a new job that I just started and I'm trying to get use to the new routine at the new daycare center.   I've been trying to squeeze in as much stitching time as I can here and there and I thought I'd show you some of the pieces.  They're stitched, but I haven't been able to get to the finishing, though I do have a good idea what each of them will become.  
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The top one is from Blackbird Designs called Peacock Pinkeep.  Oh, how I do love stitching peacocks.  I hope to use this to top of a round box.
The bottom piece is a little design I created to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Plan is to make it into a sawdust filled pinkeep or cupboard hanger.
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The piece on the left is by Little By Little called Quaker Blackbird.  Soon to be displayed on a hornbook and the other piece is a freebie design by Appleseed Prim.
Jennie Lynn has a few freebie patterns and others for sale.  I just love the simplicity of this pattern, the colors and of course, the Peacock : )  I have some beautiful teal blue houndstooth wool I'd love to use on this piece.  
Thank you to everyone for your comments and your support for my new patterns.  I appreciate you taking the time from your busy life to visit.
Happy stitching and hopefully finishing : )


Joy said...

Love all of your stitching! Good luck on your new routine!

Patti said...

Lovely! I hope that you'll release your sweet Valentine piece as a pattern, too ;)

Blessings, Patti

KarenV said...

Lovely finishes! Thank you for the freebie link, I see a must-have there :)

Anonymous said...

Love them all Nan...I'm growing pretty fond of peacocks too, love your choice of fabric for the Blackbird design piece.

staci said...

Beautiful stitching Nan! I look forward to seeing how you finish them!

Meadows08 said...

Love all the peacocks! Good luck settling in to your new job.

Angie Berry ~ Berry Homespun Primitives said...

Hi Nan! I'm your newest follower thanks to Ronda of Simply Thyme. She was showing one of your patterns on her blog and I love the presentation of your patterns. Looking forward to following your blog and hopefully purchasing a pattern or two in the near future.

Tamaravvo said...

I think these wonderful works will look beautiful in any application. Successful completion. I apologize if the translation is not quite correct.s

Beth said...

For someone who has been busy busy you've managed to stitch four wonderful items - I admire them all!

Silvia said...

sempre piu belli i lavori. ho parlato con la mia responsabile dovrebbe sciverti.

un bacio silvia

more and more beautiful work. I spoke with my manager should write.

kiss silvia

Lola said...

As usual, your stitchery is a sight to behold! I always enjoy seeing what you have in the making ~ thanks for sharing!

Big hugs to you ~ Lola

Sue said...

Great stitching, thanks for sharing and good luck on your new job.

Karen said...

love them all! especially Be Mine. Are you going to release that pattern soon??? it is a must have