Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Vintage Garden


A little bit of stitching.........Cinberberry Stitches "Vintage Garden" .... block number two "Olive Treet Cottage".... this quilt is made up of 9 stitcheries, the completed quilt size is 53 inches square......

12 comments:

  1. Those Cinerberry stitcheries are so beautiful.

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  2. ah....yet another pattern set sitting in my sewing room waiting to be done....just as well they don't have an expiry date or self destruct if they are not done in a certain time! LOL....nice work Peg!

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  3. WOW! I don't know how you have time to work on your own quilting/sewing while trying to keep this Challenge so organized! You must do nothing else other than sit in front of the computer and sewing!!! (whew!)

    AND----JUST what I DO NOT need-----more inspiration to take up "stitching." I've never really embroidered/stitched before (other than dabbling a little when I was a little girl watching mom) but some of the stitcherings I've seen posted by this challenge are amazing!

    Beautiful!

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  4. Very Beautiful!!! I love that pattern!
    Kristie

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  5. Your stitcheries are looking just lovely Peg....the black & white quilt is a stunner.
    cheers
    maree

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  6. Another stitchery project that looks fantastic! How on earth you do it all is beyond me! You must be super organized.

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  7. This is gorgous, just like all your work! Thanks for the kind words about my Pugley :)

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  8. Gorgeous stitchinglove it.
    Hugs Mary.

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  9. wow another awesome piece of your work, is this gonna be included in your finishes for July lol. Happy Stitching

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  10. I love Cinderberry's stuff and you do beautiful embroidery. One of my favorite things to do is redwork and I'm working on Winter Wonderland now. Of course, I have several UFOs lurking in the background like everyone else. Nice to meet you!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg