Wanderer's to the Cabin

Friday, April 30, 2010

My First Strawberry Pinkeep

I have wanted to make this little pinkeep for the longest time and I've finally gotten around to doing it.
I just love this one and it's Quaker theme. It was supposed to be filled with either sand or emery, but since I lacked either one I used fiber-fill.

Design: Strawberry Pinkeep by Blackbird Designs
From the 2006 Just Cross Stitch Special Christmas Issue
Stitched on 32ct. Lambswool linen using DMC Variegated thread #115

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  1. Cute as can be !! I am getting out the Christmas ornament mags to find this chart

  2. That is really cute. Can I make one?
    How do you sew it to look like that shape? Guess I'll have to do some research on that.
    Very nice. You probably had as much fun on the finishing as you had for the stitching!
    alicia in Hawaii

  3. I have one all stitched up (may be the same design) but haven't had the nerve to try finishing it yet. I may just call on you for help when I do.

  4. A gorgeous strawberry! I have a design from GOS for one of these, so will have to have a go...

  5. awww that is too sweet... how did you get it like that? I can understand the cone shape but your stitching appears to wrap around as though it was stitched to be shaped like that... was it? lol

    Jessie (displaced NYer in AL)

  6. You're gonna get hooked on these little strawberries1 You did a great job! Thanks for sharing!

  7. That is just too adorable. Will have to improve my finishing skills and try one.

  8. What a lovely finish. I would think that making these could become addicting - so sweet! :)

  9. It is beautiful. I have to try and make one.


  10. Another awesome finish - you're never tell this was your first time! :D

  11. Adorable! Congrats on another wonderful finish.

  12. It's lovely I must try to make one of these. Congratulations on a lovely finish.


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