Hi everyone! Happy New Year to all.
Long time no post and I really DID resolve to do better but here we are already nine days into the new year and I'm only now getting round to updating my neglected blog.
I was beavering away before Christmas making a few gifts and now there are way too many pictures for one post so I'll save some for next time.
This is a bag I made from a Natalie Ross design using Moda Peace on Earth fabrics.
The pincushion is from Fig Tree Quilts Petite Gateaux pattern. I've made it several times and it's a fun one to do.
This shows both front and back views of a little door hanger/ornament I made from the Blackbird Designs book Peppermint and Holly
Sadly, my poor Rudolph stitchery wall hanging didn't get finished in time for Christmas 2009 but there is always hope for 2010 :)
Rudolph is from a Judith Tetley design.
I stitched this pincushion months ago from Blackbird Designs My Heart is Yours book and have kept forgetting to show the pictures so here it is both front and back views
More stitched Christmas ornaments..........the first is the December 2007 freebie from this French Blog
It's stitched on 40 ct Flax linen with Vikki Clayton Garnet silk. I took part of the design and stitched it again on the back and I used the beaded edge tutorial from Staci's blog
The other two ornaments are both LHN designs
I thought them a little big for ornaments so have finished them into pinkeeps.
Both pinkeeps are backed with the same fabric.
I've received several wonderful gifts that I'll show next time but I just can't resist putting up the pictures of the fabulous apron that Angela (no blog but she should have) made for me
Angela used Laura Ashley toile fabric and lined it with white cotton fabric
I could hardly believe my eyes when I saw the gorgeous stitched mermaid on the pocket and look, the mermaid is stitching!
Here's a picture of the label on the inside of the apron
and I can't resist.........here I am posing in my new apron although there's no way I'll ever be cooking in it!
There were lots of other goodies included - toile fabrics, WDW felted wool, charms, mermaid floss drops and a profusion of ribbons
but wait, there was more and I just had to save her til last as she is so gorgeous.
a voluptuous mermaid tree ornament!
Now how gorgeous is she? Thank you so much Angela I really love everything you sent me.
Well, I could go on as there is lots more but I think that's probably enough for one post.
Thanks so much for visiting my blog and, as always, for the lovely comments you leave.