Laurel is really on top of stitching up her ornaments for the 2012 Ornament Club! (To be completely honest, she’s ahead of me on these! Especially after my recent stitching slump.)
Jan shared this with us on the Facebook wall this week and I just couldn’t wait to add it to the gallery. A group of stitchers put this quilt together for the Love Quilts UK program and it’s just beautiful.
I love seeing the Brushstroke Butterfly pattern used for charity projects like this 🙂 [Read more…]
Thank you again to Laurel for sharing her great stitching work with us 🙂
The 2012 Ornament Pattern Club is still open and you can join at any time this year. You’ll begin with pattern #1 in the series no matter what month you join in and then receive the additional patterns every 30 days so you won’t feel pressured to catch up to the group.
Christine finished stitching her snowflake this weekend and posted the picture to our Facebook community. One of my favorite things is seeing everyone’s color variations and Christine stitched her snowflake in red. I love it!
I love this fabric ~ just gorgeous! Laurel stitched her snowflake on 16 count Twilight by Picture This Plus using DMC Pearlesent Effects E5200.
Laurel also recently stitched the first pattern from the club, you can see that finish here. And she was also recently featured in the community section here.
I’m so not a girly foo-foo pink frilly kind of girl.
Not to say I don’t like girly things, I like hearts and flowers as much as the next gal, but not boring blah pink same old crap flowers.
I want big blooming magnolias, black roses, or flowing lilies, or simple daisies and purple tulips. [Read more…]
The free Brushstroke Butterfly pattern has been stitched in many ways for charities and gifts over the past few years, but I really like the addition of a quote as Nancy has used it here in her gift for a friend…
“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.” -Anonymous