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I have been stitching since the late 80's I used to knit till it went out of fashion in the 80's,I enjoy many forms of stitching hardanger,blackwork, any counted stitches, cross-stitch, Quilting,stumpwork,beading and of course my first passion which was knitting.I love the colour purple, I like to stitch samplers I love alphabets, will design my own for special occasions.I like following designer lizzie kate, brent creek,prarie schooler, shepherds bush, little house needlework, Country Cottage Needle work and many more.

Friday, 17 July 2015

Gifted Gorgeousness July

I am a couple of days late but here is what  I have gifted in the last month and received.
I took part in a Christmas Ornament Exchange with HOE.
This is what I sent to Carol in the USA a Lizzie Kate pattern called Noël.


 I received this beautiful ornament in the post from Gabriele in Australia,  it is from Country Cottage Needleworks stitched in recommended threads, 


At the end of June when I went away with my mother for a stitching weekend I made myself a  project bag using a piece of stitching I had done from Little House Needlework.


I had also made myself a thread Wardrobe which I had seen on a Blog.





I also made myself a matching thread catcher I decided to make my Mother a project bag as well this matched a little bag I had previously made her.



I made quite a few of my thread catchers and gave them away to the ladies we sat with,


One of the ladies sent me a surprise in the post as a thank-you for the thread catcher this is what I received.


4 comments:

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Thanks for taking part in GG this month. The ornies are lovely but I am most intrigued by your thread wardrobe! What a clever idea. I suppose you could add more rings for more threads. Very useful for traveling projects.

Justine said...

Those ornies are lovely - well done to all! I absolutely love your bags. I use the thread catcher you gave me every time I stitch - don't know how I managed without it!

stitchersanon said...

Gorgeous post. I love the ornies. I add ribbon to the thread catchers I make with xmas fabric and we hang them on the tree with a couple of chocolates in! Try them, they make cute little xmas gifts too!

wishiwerestitching.sg said...

wow.. what lovely gifts you got.. the Christmas Ornaments are splendid. :D