Wanderer's to the Cabin

Thursday, March 11, 2010

All You Need Is Love!

I just had to add a little more "LOVE" around the house.
After all you can never have too much love in your home, right?

Design: Love Pin Pillow
This little pin pillow (4.5"x1.75") is stitched on 32ct. white linen using DMC variegated #99.
I just adore this variegated mauve thread and need to pick up more on our next shopping trip.


Design: Love
Stitched on 14ct white perforated paper that had been antiqued by me, using DMC #99 & 94 and a solid DMC. I mounted it on a piece of fabric covered poster-board and trimmed it with a beautiful very dark wine ribbon.

OK, so now I need to quit stitchin' up pieces that look like Valentines Day, but I just love the antique sampler alphabet from the March 2008 Cross-Stitch & Needlework. The alphabet was re-charted by Jane Greenoff.

Take Care Everyone & Happy Stitching
Sandy

20 comments:

  1. Both of these projects are very sweet Sandy! I like the varigated mauve floss too!

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  2. The finishes are so nice! :) I also love the mauve thread; it has a really nice varation to it.

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  3. Your finish is just beautiful! Love both of them.

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  4. I have just been looking at your blog and love all the hardanger projects you have done. I like your recent Love worked on perforated paper and the way it is finished. I see you like Jane Greenoff as well, I belong to her CSGuild and she has some nice designs in the members booklet that we receive.
    Happy stitching and thank you for sharing.

    Hazel (UK)

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  5. Very pretty! I especially like the Love Pillow.

    - Lisa N.

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  6. Thats a beautiful alphabet and it looks great with the variegated thread.

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  7. I love your latest finishes! They are just too cute!

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  8. These are great Sandy!! "Love" them!!
    ~karen

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  9. More love in the house is always good :) Nice finishes!

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  10. I love both of those. I need to start stitching smaller projects so I can accomplish something instead of large ones.

    Jennifer
    jennilynn1973@gmail.com

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  11. Beautifull!!!
    fran├žoise

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  12. It looks really different on the paper. How fun.

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  13. Both a very pretty. I especially love the one on the perf paper.

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  14. Sandy

    Those are so cute and so pretty....I dearly love them. Congratulations on your finish.

    What are you going to stitch on next?

    Take care & Happy Stitching
    Hugs :)
    Linda K, Railroad

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  15. Your finishes are so beautiful. I love both of them. Congrats!

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