Sunday, November 14, 2010

Sunday Stitching

Last Sunday was stitching day for the addicted. Here are pictures of some of the great projects from my friends.
If you would like to know the name of any of these beauties just let me know in the comments section. I am too "ketonked" to list them right now. (Kee-tonked is a word my Mom made up and it means totally tired out!)
The projects here were stitched by the marvelous and lovely Linda, Karin, Jayne and Nancy.
How about this wall of fibers!!! Yes, please!!!
The color of the thread in this project that Jayne is working on is just TOO stunning!!
Above and below are Nancy's projects. So gorgeous!
I have had so much fun reading your comments this week!!!! Thank you so much!


10 comments:

valerie said...

Wonderful stitching! I'm curious about the "Silent Night" piece. Not sure if I've come across that one before.

KarenV said...

Lovely stitching! I really like the BBD one at the top and PSS ornament, very pretty.

Margaret said...

So pretty!!! I love all the show and tell!

Staci said...

Those are amazing and this post has inspired me to make time next year for my cross stitching!!

Sally said...

What gorgeous stitching. I love the BBD.

The PS chart is lovely. Not seen that one before either. I don't think I could pick just one to stitch!

Katrina said...

Everything is very pretty!!!!

Donna Layton said...

Hi Laura:)
What lovely samplers. I can see why you're having so much fun with this. It's lovely:)
xox,
Donna

Vonna said...

Holy Moses and Cheese Whiz...I just love it when you go to your stitch ins...cause then I can berate myself about not stitching all these lovely, gorgeous projects :)
Each one are just perfect and beautiful!

Patti said...

Ok- I was sitting next to Nancy and I totally missed her second project- that is beautiful! Everyone else's stuff is so pretty- as usual!!!

CathyR said...

Almost missed the new post! I love seeing everyone's stitching but I am so fortunate to be able to see it all in person!
Valerie, the name of the Silent Night piece is Jenny Bean's Christmas Ornament. The cover photo looks nothing like the real thing!

Cathy