My version of a Cottage Garden Thread Holder….
I do love linens and my stash is getting is getting low….
Can any one suggest a place online that may be able to help me out with a good arrangement of colours…
If so, I would really appreciate it..thanks heaps
Take Care, keep safe,
Love it Peg, looks great in the linen xReplyDelete
Gorgeous Peg. Hugs,xxReplyDelete
Oh my it's stunning... I love love love it :)ReplyDelete
As for buying linen, sorry I am probably not the best person to advise as I live in UK and everything is expensive here. I do hope you find somewhere and continue to make the wonderful things that you do.
What a great idea. I haven't seen the original version, but you've been clever making your own. I have a collection of overdyed threads on cardboard like yours and mine are in a really classy snap lock bag at the moment. I like your thread holder better. It's so pretty.ReplyDelete
Your thread holder looks great, Peg.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Peg. I made the original for a friend and yet to make mine! I too would be interested in linen stockists. I did buy some hanky linen fat quarters last week which are nice from under the mulberry tree. The shop is owned by Rosalie quinlans sister. They have some gorgeous stock.ReplyDelete
so beautiful peg, and i love the fabrics in the keeper too. they compliment the linen perfectly.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Peg - linen is lovely to work on isn't it - and adds that little extra 'something special' to a project!ReplyDelete
its gorgeous Peg... I love linens too... have mostly used hanky linen which I get from The Quilted Angel and they do have quite a few different coloursReplyDelete
Peg, that is really lovely! Before moving to the US last year, I had been getting linens at Stitcher's Corner in Perth for over thirty years. I was always happy with the service they offered. Their web site is http://stitcherscorner.com.auReplyDelete
A great finish there Peg.ReplyDelete
I love linen too. You can get hanky linen from Gail B's and I know they do mail order.ReplyDelete
Your thread holder is really beautiful
Your stitch holder is lovely. Gorgeous stitching.ReplyDelete
I will watch your comments to see any suggestions about linen. I am not finding it easy to get good quality any more, either.
Love your thread holder, especially the colour of the thread, we have some linen at work, let me know which one you use and I will see if we have it and how much a metre it isReplyDelete
Looks wonderful Peg. I've read all the comments and will try a few of the same stores... although my local has a nice quality linen or two so I'm usually OK. Best of luck! :)ReplyDelete
I love it. The colours are gorgeous. Good luck hunting for your linen.ReplyDelete
LOVE your CGT holder PegReplyDelete
Love your CGT holderReplyDelete
This is so lovely Peg. Hugs.......ReplyDelete
This is beautiful Peg; not sure where to buy linen (not something I buy often) xxReplyDelete
So beautiful Peg!ReplyDelete
Hi Peg, Under the Mulberry Tree have a good range of linen with good postage rates. Love the thread holderReplyDelete
Now that is Just a Gorgeous Thread Holder Miss Peg xxReplyDelete
Lovely thread holder Peg! The linen really does enhance the whole look. Glad some great stockists have been suggested :)ReplyDelete