Wanderer's to the Cabin

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Our 2009 Christmas Ornament

I finally got around to designing our 2009 Christmas Ornament for the tree.
I've fallen in love with these mini needle roll ornaments, so it was only natural for me to make one more. I decided that holly leaves and poinsettia's were a good combination, although it took me quite a while to get the leaves just right.



Designer: Sandy In Montana
Design: Holly Christmas 2009

Stitched on 28ct. white Lugana by Charles Craft using Caron Wildflowers in Holiday and DMC Color Variations in 4045 & 4210 and Mill Hill petite beads in Red Red & Victorian Gold.

22 comments:

  1. Sandy,
    I love your design! Your Needleroll is beautiful.

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  2. This is just cute as heck! Perfect for looking back years later and saying 'oh yes, I remember the year I made that.' Great job!

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  3. Looks great Sandy....reminds me of the Sweetheart Tree designs I love.

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  4. Great ornament!

    Boy, that cake looks yummy! Hope you had a great Bday!

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  5. That is very pretty.

    Marl

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  6. This is beautiful. I am now thinking I should try my hand at these needlerolls! Your design is stunning! A lot of meaning displayed in such a small object. Great job!
    Stephanie

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  7. That is really pretty. Congrats on your finish!

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  8. Beautiful design Sandy and beautiful stitching. I just love your needleroll finishes.

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  9. I was thinking the same as Rene. It reminded me of Sweetheart tree. Looks lovely!

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  10. Very cute Sandy :o) Nice job on the leaves.

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  11. Beautiful design. Love the colors and finishing. You could make really good money selling your designs!

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  12. Those ornaments are just adorable. Is there a pattern? This is something small that I could probably make.

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  13. Hi Sandy!I love your needleroll !

    many greetings from Hungary:Manka

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