QUILT INFO

The quilt block shown is made from a pattern called "Garden of Hollyhocks" and is found in Norma Whaley's book "Sweet and Simple".

Sunday, August 1, 2010

AUGUST STITCHERY

I finished the stitchery for August and got it hung on the old wringer. I am enjoying the stitching on these monthly projects. It doesn't take a lot of time to complete one. These are by Buttermilk Basin.
A short post today. Stop back again soon.

Karen

26 comments:

  1. That's so cute. I love the Buttermilk Basin designs.

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  2. They make me smile.. everyone of them..:o))

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  3. Very cute!! These quick and easy projects are very refreshing aren't they!

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  4. Cute little stitchery. Some times quick and easy projects just hit the spot.(grin) Have a great day. Winona

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  5. Adorable!

    You just reminded me to put up my August quilts!

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  6. Oh those are nice! I love it and love how you have it displayed too:)

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  7. well that's darn cute!
    I used to do cross stitch before I became a quilter, after that all other stitching ceased. I've picked up stitchery again although, no counted x-stitch and I really enjoy the change of pace.

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  8. Perfect setting for your August stitchery.

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  9. Well done....and you will be able to enjoy it for the whole month since you got it finished so fast!

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  10. The prefect place for such a cute stitchery.

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  11. That is so cute, and so are all the others you've shown us.

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  12. Lovely stitchery!! Have fun making the next!! Daniélle

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  13. Just perfect on your old machine, too. I love it!

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  14. Love your stitchery! Looks great on the wringer!

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  15. so folksy and cute - great job!

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  16. Hello! I just found you through another blog ---love your August stitchery! Most of all I like what you hung it on---Thanks for sharing and I will visit you again soon. Carolyn from Des Moines, Iowa

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  17. I just love these stitcheries and the photograph is so adorable!

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