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Monday, May 24, 2010

BASKET STITCHERY BLOCKS

I have stitchery basket blocks to share with you. I purchased a new camera today and definitely need to read some instructions. I couldn't find a place to crop the photos. A lack of time right now, so I will go ahead and post photos as they are.

The first stitchery is called "Flower Basket" and is from Chestnut Junction. Well, all of these stitcherys today are from Chestnut Junction.
The second one is called "Basket 'O Gingers".
The third is "Basket 'O Crows".
The fourth is called "Basket 'O Bunnies".
And the last one is "Basket 'O Pears".
I am going to have to play some to get the hang of the new camera, downloading to the computer, & then finding the pictures to download to my blog in the way I want.

I'll be back soon with my pictures.

Karen

34 comments:

  1. Those stitcheries are SOoooo cute!!
    Also I LOVE your Sewing Seeds quilts, so lovely. :-)

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  2. Hey Karen,
    Lot the baskets! I had the same things with my new camara. Needed to figure out all the new ways to do things. Enjoy!

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  3. I guess I need to read what I write. Love the baskets!

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  4. Glad you got a new camera! My husband bought me a new one a year ago, and I'm still camera illiterate:(
    It's too professional for me. I'm a simpleton :D

    I really love those blocks. Are you putting those in a quilt?

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  5. Those blocks looks fantastic! I just love them. Your pictures are good even though you haven't gotten the hang of your camera. I'm hopeless with that stuff - that's why I had kids - to help me out! LOL

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  6. Cute, cute, cute! They are all fabulous, Karen. I'm especially fond of "Basket O'Bunnies" LOL

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  7. Darling stitcheries!! Have fun learning your new camera....always fun to get a new gadget!!

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  8. Too cute! I especially like the gingerbread men! :O)

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  9. Great stitcheries. Congrats on the new camera. Your going to have lots of fun now.

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  10. Love those baskets. What kind of camera did you get, nice pics. Take care my friend. Hugs, Marie

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  11. Your basket stitcheries are very pretty! I also love the Bareroots progret and selvage baskets from a previous post.

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  12. I LOVE these little basket stitcheries!! And that chair...looks so cozy and comfy as you do your stitching!
    Take care!!
    Paulette

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  13. Those are wonderful!!!!! Have fun with your new camera - I love technology but hate learning it, lol!

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  14. They turned out so cute, Karen! And I love the black chicken on your wall! Love the open ceiling above the kitchen area... nice!

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  15. Oh, I like each one but I think my fave is the pears.
    ...Karen

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  16. Those baskets are sooooo cute. Love the whimsical look of them. How are you going to put them together??

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  17. Your baskets look gorgeous Karen.

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  18. What a lovely stitcheries!! Have a happy stitching day, Daniëlle

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  19. Great Stitcheries!!

    I use Picnik.com to crop my photos, it's free to do the simple stuff like cropping and tweaking the photo.

    Crispy

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  20. How fun to have a new camera!!
    Great blocks- I especially love the basket of crows!!

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  21. Good luck with the new camera Karen..:o))) I am about to buy me a new one too... had it with my oldie.. :o(...
    Love all the new stitched blocks.. Chestnut Junction have soooo many lovely ones ..:o)

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  22. Hi Karen,
    Love your basket stitcheries! I can see I'm going to have to have a look at that Chestnut Junction website...lol!
    Have fun, love Wendy X x

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  23. There's nothing like new toys. Have fun. Great site for stitcheries-- thanks for sharing... Questions.. what are your plans for the stitcheries..I'm always interested in new ways to display projects. Also did you used perle cotton or dmc floss? I couldn't tell-- one color or multi color? Nosey, I guess... But I just really loved them....

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  24. I just love Chestnut Junction. I have several patterns from her I haven't made yet. As well as 50 other designer's patterns I haven't made yet ! LOL

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  25. Very cute! I can't pick a favorite one! ;-)

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  26. Nice stitched baskets...I particularly like the one with the kitties!

    Teresa :o)

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  27. Love the baskets! You got me inspired to get some embroidery going. Can't wait to see what you do with these :-)

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  28. Oh my gosh these are so GRRRREAT! I've enjoyed this "showing" with smiles and fun Ohhh's and Ahhh's. As well, your work is nothing short of amazing. I mean really. Your stitching is so smooth. No tension anywhere. You're really a talent.

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  29. Hmmm..now all you need is a basket of baskets. These are grea!

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  30. Your basket stitcheries are great Karen! 8-)

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