New Show and TellTuesday, November 8, 2011
|This sampler is from the book A Stitcher's Journey. The original sampler was done as a school project in the Kildare Model School in Ireland.|
" I just wanted to show you how I personalized “Kildare Model School”. I loved my high school days and the town where I was born & grew up. What better way to remember those days…..Added my school year and initials. Hope you like!" ~ Fellow stitcher & Texan….Bonnie VanBerg
|The sewing box is made using the pattern Casting A Spell. The shadow box is from Hobby Lobby.|
"Hello! Here is my sewing box made like yours. Thank you again for giving me the address to order the box and for your models that keep me dreaming ..."
Friends of France
Marylin My blog : http://poussy-stiches-my-love.over-blog.com/
|These tags were made by making a copy of the piece Marty stitched. The small stitched piece was the Blackbird ornament from Just Cross Stitch - Christmas ornament issue for 2010.|
"I think I have finally figured out how to send pictures from my iPad. I wanted to show you how I used your idea of scanning my finished needlework to make something else. All my Xmas gifts were given with one of these gift tags. Your Just Cross Stitch 2010 ornament. Thanks so much for the great idea. I also stitched all my needlework friends (15 of them) one of your pinballs from Honey Suckle Manor. I will see if I can track down a photo of one."
Thanks! Marty Greiner
|This pattern is from Honeysuckle Manor. It was originally a round pincushion. What a great way to finish this design.|
Vonna Pfeiffer writes, (Click on her name for the blog address to see more pictures!)
"I recently stitched Summer House Pincushion and did it in a different way. You can see more photos of it on my blog, but I'm tickled pink about how it turned out. I'd been working on this idea for a while now and today it all came together. Of course it wouldn't be half as wonderful without the use of your and Barb's design on it. Please see the attached picture and then more views can be seen at my blog.
Thank you so very much for your wonderful designs and your most perfect inspirations in both blog, designs and books!"
Lida Kunkeler from the Netherlands writes,
"Yesterday I finished the flower pattern that I found in the Loose Feathers latest booklet. I also finished last week the first part of the new large pattern and I enjoyed both very much!
Today I bought a frame in a second hand shop en framed the flower and here you can see the result on my wall. Sorry for the shining, but it is a very old frame with old shining glass.
I hope we get the second book soon, so I can carry on with the big embroidery and I hope you have some great extra's again!"
|This pattern was one of the bonus patterns from the Loose Feather pattern titled Summer.|
Thanks to all for taking the time to send pictures of your finished projects! We love seeing what you are working on and how you change our patterns and designs to make them your own!
You must take pictures of your projects and send them to Alma at firstname.lastname@example.org...
(I promise not to show this guy any more after today. I just can't get over how it looks like he is talking to me and now you too!)
Also if any shop owner still has a copy of Merry Christmas Ella Vaughn could you please e-mail me? I have someone that is looking for it. Thank you!