Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Stitch by stitch


I always carry a stitchery in my purse and now I have 3 ready for mounting.

The stitchery to the left is from Leanne's workshop in Trysil.
It will get a border in fabric and a frame from Ikea.

The stitchery to the upper right is a Bronwyn Hayes design, preprinted on muslin. It will be made into a cushion.

The stitchery to the lower right is my own drawing and it will be made into a decorative heart. It is stained with tea leaves, after the embroidery was finished. Glade jul is the first 2 Norwegian words in the Christmas carol Holy Night - translates into Joyous Christmas.
Tomorrow I will work on block # 6 on my Leanne's House BOM.

11 comments:

Gudveig HN said...

Nydelig broderi du har sydd!

Sweet P said...

Wow! I don't know how you get so much done.

Juliann in WA said...

You have been busy. Carrying stitchery in you bag is a great idea.

May Britt said...

Great stitchery. I also have mine in a bag with me............always

Wenche said...

Love them, to tea-dye was a great ide.....Mns later to day ;-),

Monika said...

God morgen Hanne
Å kor fint det blei :-)
Som vanlig syr du jo så masse fint
Smil fra monika

de vliegende koe said...

Wonderful Hanne. Did Leanne tell you if this pattern will be realeased so we all can buy one?

Darlene said...

Your stitchery projects are always wonderful, Hanne!

Suze said...

Three more stitcheries done... You are amazing.

They are lovely.

Susan said...

Wonderful stitcheries. I love redwork, and couldn't choose one of them as a favorite. Your design is so cute!

TORUNN said...

Likte så godt stitchery-bildet ditt!