Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Sweet Honeybee


Hello Friends!

This latest finish features an adorable honeybee frame I found at a local shop and embellished with a really cute bee-themed design from Bent Creek. 

I didn't want to take away from the cuteness of the frame, so I knew the stitched design had to be on the smaller side. To do this, I had to shave off some of the charted design on either side of the bee and totally change the colors.

The stitched piece is mounted on some matchy-matchy blue and gold cotton fabric and then it's edged with some really pretty cording I had in my stash. To add a pop of color, I added the small blue flower to the corner. I just love it!

STITCHY DETAILS:

Pattern: Buzzzz
Designer: Bent Creek

Colors Used: 
DMC: 3364, 729, 930, 932, 3371 and White


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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Stars and Stripes Box

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The patriotic finishes keep coming! Today I finished Stars and Stripes design into a box top.  I liked that the box had a primitive look and feel to it already and I just lucked out on the colors coordinating well.


The stitched piece is mounted to some patriotic fabric I had in my stash.  I went back and forth on whether or not it needed "more" but I really don't want to take away from the design so I think I'll stick with it for awhile.


STITCHY DETAILS:

Pattern: Stars and Stripes
Designer: Little House Needleworks

Colors Used: 
DMC: 3777, 924, 3364, 3052, 3031, 434, 746



In other stitchy news, I finally got to visit Stitcher's Paradise in Vegas! My husband and I popped up to the Strip on Thursday and Friday for a quick visit and I was pleasantly surprised when Google Maps told me SP was soooo close to where I was staying. 

The shop itself is smaller than the Attic (my LNS in AZ), but it was PACKED with supplies and beautifully stitched models. I could have spent hours just examining all of them. They were also running a storewide 15% off sale because its their 15th year anniversary, so I'm happy to announce I actually won on my Vegas trip! :)


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Monday, June 11, 2018

Liberty and Justice Star



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Today I finished up this small Liberty and Justice design from Little House Needleworks onto an American Flag star frame. I've finished it this way before, but changed a couple colors out this time.

The frame itself is made of an MDF material and hangs from a twisted cord. My favorite part is the metal star that's connected with a spring-type material.  

Since the frame itself is very busy, I knew I wanted to stitch up a design that was small enough to stand on its own without coordinating fabric and this pattern worked perfectly!

STITCHY DETAILS:

Pattern: Liberty and Justice (All Dolled Up Collection)
Designer: Little House Needleworks

Colors Used: 
DMC: 3777, 924, 469, 471, 3722, 3021, 950, White


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Thursday, June 7, 2018

Strawberries and Cream



Hello Friends!

I FINALLY finished my Strawberries and Cream piece from Stitchrovia. I absolutely love this piece. The colors, like all of Stitchrovia's patterns, are AMAZING. The only "problem" was that it was A LOT of block stitching, and after awhile, I got really sick of it. I think if I wasn't in such a time crunch to get this done for my strawberry-themed entry way, I would have stitched this over a few months and it would have been fine. Either way, it's done and I'm thrilled with it! 

The stitched piece is mounted to some coordinating pink/red fabric background, and then I edged the aqua frame with white cording and added some wood leaves and red bows to the corners to mimic the strawberries in the corner of the stitched piece.


The strawberry-themed entry way is no where near done, but it's getting there. I need to add a few more pieces and change a few things around. I wanted it to stay with the strawberry theme that's going on in the June hutch but bring in some teal instead of more green.



STITCHY DETAILS:

Pattern: Strawberries and Cream
Designer: Stitchrovia


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