Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sharing some stitching....

Okay, I want to share some stitching with you that I've been doing this past couple of months.

This first design is from Tanya, The Sampler Girl, and I love it, especially since my birthday is on Halloween, October 31. Tanya is a very talented young lady and I love most everything she designs. The following is the front and back of the pillow I made.




The next two photo's are a freebie (and the back) that came from mausimons. It is such a cute fun design, and I couldn't resist stitching it.







Some of the designs below are ones that I stitched several years ago and had laid aside. I am a procrastinator when it comes to finishing items.






This design is one that I had stitched a couple of years ago, but had not put a finish to it. I have always loved this design (sorry I can't remember who designed it, and I can't find the chart). If anyone knows who the designer is, please leave a message for me. The buttons really add a lot to the design and make it really stand out.








This is the back of the above pillow.









This next hanging pillow is from Brittercup Designs and really points out what Autumn is all about.














Below is the backing on the above photo.








This design is from San-Man Originals, and I believe it was a freebie. It is one of the "letter" charts they do. Following it is the backing on the hanging pillow.

















I hope you have enjoyed looking at what I've been stitching on. Remember, you can click on each photo is see a larger view of it.


Thank you for stopping by....please let me a message if you want.
Blessings,
Barbara








12 comments:

Nancy said...

Barbara all of your Autumn stitching is wonderful! What a nice way to welcome the new season. I love Quaker Boo and was hoping to get it stitched this year, but. . .don't know. And, don't you love all of Mausimom's freebies? Congratulations on all of your nice finishes!

Nancy said...

I love the ribbon you used on the one you have hanging. Your stitching is all perfect. Perfect designs for you also. I am still knitting away, but the craft show is not far off now and then I can get back to my warrior.
Hope you are feeling well these days.
Love Nancy

angelasweby said...

Barbara,
These little ornaments are lovely and so Autumnal. I love the rich earthy colours. It's so nice to fill the house with stitched seasonal pieces.
Hugs Angela

mainely stitching said...

What adorable finishes! Great choices for the season!

blueladie said...

Your stitching and your finishes are beautiful. Welcome to the LHN group. :D
Cathryn

xsfriend said...

Ms. Barbara,
Your projects are absolutely beautiful. Fall season is a favorite of mine. I don't know if this is by chance or that I was born in November. I enjoy the oranges, browns and golds of this season.
So keep sharing your stitching (smile).
Jack...

Kathy said...

You have some really lovely finishes. Actually they are all fabulous! I totally understand about the procrastination when it somed to actually finishing a piece. :) I have a large container filled. :)

Thank you for your comment on my blog today.

SimplyStitchingintheGarden said...

Hi Barbara, was out surfing my blog favs and saw that you are back blogging again. Glad that you and Wayne are well.

Your Fall stitching projects are great and the snacking cake looks yummy.

happy stitching -- Roberta

Françoise said...

Really lovely finishes like always
hugs
françoisedisdousl

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