Yesterday I stitched the newest project from the Quilted Crow Wooly Bits Club. Just need to add the back and I will have another little pin cushion.
Thought I'd show you this little spot outside too. We have a covered over area outside which we enclose with bistro blinds in winter. Here are a few of my little bits and pieces on an outside dresser. It's here I keep my small, but much loved, string collection.
Do you have something which you treasure to share with us today. Please pop your details into Mr Linky and join in the fun.
FABULOUS FREE STUFFAnd because I had a bright and cheery day here's a LINK to a bright and cheery quilt pattern,
very generously shared by terrific Anna Maria Horner . Thank you so much.
What a beautiful spot to sit a stitch...lucky youReplyDelete
Now that is my kind of spot. So pretty and peaceful looking.ReplyDelete
such a beautiful spot in the garden.... I would enjoy a morning there with you... and I love that dresser and how you have it set up... what a great idea....ReplyDelete
Mel what a pretty spot in your garden and love how you have decorated your kitchen dresser,lucky you.xxReplyDelete
such a lovely spot to get lost in.... so pretty and peacefulReplyDelete
What a lovely place to sit! And I love your new pincushion! It's so pretty! :0)ReplyDelete
Such a peaceful spot in the garden, noticed the white rabbits.
That IS a treasure. Thanks for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
Now that is a treasure spot in the garden!ReplyDelete
This is a glorious peaceful spot for you to stich Mel.ReplyDelete
It looks so inviting out there Mel. I wish I was sitting out there sewing with you. xxReplyDelete
what a beautiful spot to sit and ponder.ReplyDelete
gorgeous new pincushion.
Love your outside dresser.
That looks like a peaceful spot. Definitely a treasure.ReplyDelete
Lovely spot to sit and relax, looks very peacefulReplyDelete
Love your Tuesday Treasure! Such an inviting garden spot to do your handwork or anything! Your pincushion is going to be outstanding!ReplyDelete
Hi Melody, love your spot, just looking at the photo's makes me feel calm. xxxReplyDelete
Your garden area is so inviting a real,treasure and your wool work is going to be so pretty . Hugs SheilaReplyDelete