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Friday, December 5, 2014

Threads and bunnies and birds

I'm continuing to stitch Jenny's delightful Stitchery Club heart design and stitching a Theodora Cleave button in the centre.  Eventually these will be teamed with some beautiful Tilda fabric.  



This sweet bunting design is also from the same Stitchery Club bundle...and I love it.  I plan to stitch it a couple more times and put various different bird buttons on the top, just like the bunting is outside in the garden and a little bird has alighted to take a look around.
I'm lucky enough to have a great embroidery shop just a few minutes from home and I love to pop in and have a chat to lovely Wendy.  A week or so ago I purchased a Sue Spargo class on Craftsy 
and I am now collecting a wide range of different threads to work on the accompanying project, so Lazy Daisy is a fabulous place to shop.  As we wandered around the shop looking at lots of different threads, Wendy showed me the gorgeous range of Threadworkx  variegated cottons.  
There is another brand of variegated threads which I adore and usually use but these are the same price with double the length so they are a bargain.  I bought three to try so I'll report back when I've stitched with them.

Tonight I will be sewing along with my bloggy friends as part of
Would you like to play too?  Just visit sweet Cheryll aka Dory and sign up HERE.
Our lovely Gail Pan has a delightful Christmas stitchery HERE on her blog, Gail Pan Designs.
So if you are looking for a delightful Christmas stitchery which should only take an evening to stitch, please pop on over and visit Gail.  Thank you lovely Gail for sharing it with us.
HappyStitching
Love

13 comments:

  1. Gorgeous stitching, Mel. It will be interesting to see what you think of the threads.

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  2. Who doesn't like Theadora Cleave buttons, they are beautiful, I have a couple stashed away, just waiting for some of my attention...like you, they will be put onto small stitcheries I think...xxx

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  3. Buttons, threads and stitchery, delightful Mel, Your work is exceptional.

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  4. Hi Mel ,lovely post,I sure do love the Stitcheries and using Barbs buttons as well,great idea with the bunting,I love using threadworms and I am sure you will love them too,hope you have a lovely day my friend.xx

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  5. OH. MY. GOODNESS. I love buttons and have fallen in LOVE with these! Congratulations, Mel - you've created a BUTTON MONSTER (aka - me ;0)).
    xxx

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  6. LOVE, love, love your embroideries! Especially the free one! LOL! I took a class with Sue Spargo, live in Little Rock several years back and I have been a fan of hers for years. I didn't know she had a class on Craftsy! Be sure and visit her website too. I have lots of her books and several WIPs of hers...I'm SO bad...I wish I could be as productive as you. You actually finish things! Imagine that? LOL!

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  7. Those are the cutest buttons!! And you always know how to use them so well. The butterfly stitchery looks like a wonderful class. How perfect it is that you have an embroidery shop around the corner.

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  8. This is a place of beauty, so many pretty things!

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  9. Mellie, they look incredible with the buttons! And those threads...must look in to them. ;-)

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  10. Those buttons are soooo sweet! Love those stitcheries. I am buying the 3rd issue of Jenny's club as soon as it is available on Craftsy. Those butterflies are so colourful. Let us know what you think of the new threads. Happy stitching.

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  11. How beautiful are all these buttons !!
    Florence

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  12. Just lovely, I an't wait to see this project in the making.

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