Jan shared this photo of her finished butterflies in the Stitching the Night Away Facebook group recently. She stitched them up as gifts for a weekend family gathering and everyone got to pick one to take home with them! How awesome is that? Each one is different and has it’s own little bit of personality.
I love what Lisa did with the words here, great finish! Go find your wings and stitch something fun today 🙂 If you’ve stitched one of my patterns, I’d love to see your finish and include it in the gallery here as well. Drop me a note.
I think Amanda is the first one to finish stitching one of the Love celebration patterns (I haven’t even stitched a whole one yet myself, I need to pick up some red and orange floss) If you’d like to stitch one of the Love is Love marriage equality celebration patterns, you can download a copy […]
Denise shared this finish with us on the Facebook page awhile ago and I forgot to add it to the gallery. I love the idea of using the bandana as an accent or mat fabric too. Great work, Denise! (this free pattern is available right here on Stitching the Night Away)
Not only did she finish both versions of the ornament and sandwich them together as front and back, Shaunterria tried her hand at a blanket stitch around the edges ~ and I’d say she did a beautiful job of it too! 🙂 You can purchase the March Ornament as an individual chart by clicking here. […]
Thanks to our friend Loretta, I found WOCS. World Of Charity Stitching. They have a Yahoo group, and they want to make all kinds of nifty things for people in long term care… This is the blog link: http://worldofcharitystitching.blogspot.ca/ I signed up for the Brushstroke Butterfly Quilt they had on, which happens to be a […]
I have to give Laurel a really big shout out here today ~ she is always one of the first to finish stitching an ornament after I release it to the group and she always does great work. Moreover, she always shares her photos with me – totally makes my day to see her finished […]
Shaunterria used a really interesting finishing technique with her snowflake finish; she used some iron-on vinyl on the back and cut it out so it is flat. Interesting option for those who don’t want to do sewing and stuffing of all their ornaments this year 😉 I’m always learning new things and getting new inspiration […]
I love it when Brushstroke Butterfly finishes come in for the gallery, they’re all unique and so much fun to see.
One of the things that I enjoy most about doing the Ornament Club is seeing how everyone finishes their ornaments and what fabrics they use. This is Shaunterria‘s finished Merry & Bright (February’s Ornament) Happy Stitching! 🙂