Thank you so much for visiting today.
It was great fun joining in with Jo’s blog hop in my previous post, but I'm sorry I might not have visited/replied to everyone, and consequently I felt too guilty to write another blog post until today!
This was my stitching, which appeared on Astrid’s blog - still awaiting FFO'ing.
|Free kit from CrossStitcher magazine|
And the beautiful stitching I received, which you saw on my previous post, was from Felicia of Simplicity in Beauty.com.
Today I'm excited to show you two little projects:
I'm hoping to link to Gifted Gorgeousness - visit Jo of Serendipitous Stitching to read all about it.
The first is one I've had in my Books file for simply ages! I actually never thought I'd stitch it because most of the colours are simply not my style and I had to buy new cottons specially. So this is Sister Stitcher. It is a free pattern from Isabella Abbiati of The Primitive Hare.
I really enjoyed stitching it, such cute little characters! I used all the called for colours (in DMC), fabric from stash - really old stuff - it's something rustic, I think 18hpi.
I was trying to find a good way to show my tiny stitches, although I'm not sure it helped much!
Not quite sure how I'm going to finish it but it is going to be a gift!
and this little card is a gift I received from Val of www.fabricandcrafts.co.uk @val_fabricandcrafts
(although I didn't have the pattern and stitched it from the cover photo of the kit).
|As it happened it was just right to send|
to my mum for Mothers Day
|Before I sealed it into the card for posting!|
Well that's all for now, I will be back with some WIPocolypse stitching soon!
Oooh, one more thing: