What a cheerful embroidery. :) Glad you picked up the needle and thread again. Turned out great!
wow, that's so cute !i love the colours you use.GreetzMarleenwww.tuin21.blogspot.com
You can do just about anything, can't you? So clever. xx
Adorable. I also feed poking a needle in one place for a few hours relaxing. My husband often asks me if I actually enjoy what I do.
This post had just inspired me to start stiching! I have never done it before, but I can tell it will be a lot of fun. :)
I love doing embroidery- don't do it nearly as much as I'd like. Always nice when it's your own design, too.
Embroidering is a fantastic way of spending time, and especially when it ends up as nice as yours... :)I have embroidered since I was 7, but I must admit that I'm a big fan of "Embroidery for little miss crafty"...eventhough I'm 38. :))
aww - it is super cool. creative relaxing - love it
For those of us who are needle challenged, we'd love to see items like this in your shop! I would snatch it up in a heartbeat!
She's absolutely adorable! Makes me want to grab my embroidery hoop :)
fun! i love embroidery too. it's been too long for me too.
Hi HelenI've been following your blog for a while now. I really love your work. I think you're very talented. And a very busy person!! (Where do you find the time?!)Hope your work crosses the ocean so Europeans can get to know it!Love, Ellen
Beautiful work helen - love it!
embroiDEARYPIE!!! love her...
How darling! And very inspiring, too. :)
gorgeous! i love this . . .
Quite lovely and inspiring! What do you use to sketch your illustration on to the fabric?
Now this I love....I need her as a pattern now please! :)
I love to use line drawings for my stitchery projects. I've added this post as a creative idea link at Coloring Crafts Projects.
your work is so perfect for embroidery. love it!!! xoxo
Your little girl is delightful. Love those bows!
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