Monday, February 05, 2007

Melon Dance!


Here is my last finish for January that I forgot to post. It is the watermelon thread pack from Little House Needleworks. I did mine on a green colored linen not the natural that the pattern called for. I don't know if you can see that in the photo. Cherries is in the wings. I seem to have lost a little of my stitching mojo this past week. I feel like I am not getting much accomplished. Of course the week has been busy with appointments, work and such. I am however excited about what's coming out of Nashville this week, and I can't wait to see everything. You my stitching friends have been doing some awesome stuff. Has everyone seen Vonna's fantastic finishes and exchanges? Just gorgeous stuff. Anyway, hopefully I can get up and moving here. Thanks everyone for the comments, as always they are appreciated more than you will ever know. Hope everyone has a good week and happy stitching!

27 comments:

Cathy said...

I really love these LHN/CC threadpaks. How are you going to finish this one?

Stitch Wizard said...

Sharon:

Your Watermelon is really beautiful!! I did that one too but never got it framed yet or made into anything yet. You did a really great job on it!! Debby

Carol said...

Congratulations on your Watermelon finish - adorable!! I am using the recommended Jubilation belfast by Silkweaver, but I have a piece of PTP Willow belfast too - and I bet that is also lovely for Dawn!

Annemarie said...

Oh dear, hope you find your mojo real soon, Sharon! But mojo or no, your Watermelon looks fantastic!

Sue said...

Watermelon came out great.

Stitchingnow said...

I like it..Congrats on the finish.

Vonna said...

Lovely, lovely Sharon, I think I like it better on your green fabric!

Thank you for the nice comment about my exchanges...you are a sweetie :)

Cheryl said...

Congrats on your finish, looks great! I love LHN.

Katrina said...

Very cute Sharon! I love it. I hadn't noticed the LHN pieces until lately and I really like them.

Myrna said...

Watermelon looks great! The stitching mojo will return... I have to takes breaks now and then, and read a few books, or sew, and then it's right back to it!

Hugs, girlfriend!!

Isabelle said...

Love those little pieces - well done! :)

Barbara said...

I really like your change of fabric for this one, Sharon!

BeckySC said...

Love it :)

lauren said...

I like it on the green fabric! Do you have any finishing plans for it yet?

Redwitch said...

I love these designs too, they are really cute. The green fabric is just perfect.

J Rae said...

Sharon, love the watermelon pack! I think it may be my favorite of that series. The green fabric is perfect for it!

stitcherw said...

Very cute finish, I like the colors that it used. I'm also looking forward to seeing what new stuff comes from the Nashville show. However, all it will really do is put more on my list of items I want to do, which is already longer than I can ever get done, LOL.
Sue

monique said...

Nice watermelon finish! I have most of these thread packs in my stash now, and haven't started a one LOL I guess you could say I'm collecting these :)

Coonie said...

I really love this design!

Katrina said...

Watermelon turned out great, and I think the fabric you chose for it was perfect. Looking forward to seeing how you finish this. These little kits are such fun, I'm going to order the ones I'm missing in the series very soon :)

Neat choice for your first ornie too.

Emily said...

It looks awesome on that fabric!!! I love it!

Chelle said...

Fantastic fabric choice! It looks great.

Cindy said...

Congrats on the Watermelon finsih! It is great, wonderful stitching!

Michelle said...

Very pretty finish! I just added this one to my stash...had to have it!

Meari said...

Congrats on your finish!

Lana said...

Very beautiful!
~Lana~

Dot said...

Just read your intro over at FGBB and thought I'd come on over and visit your blog. :o)
I love your "Watermelon" finish as well as your first Christmas ornament. I look forward to catching up on your blog more often now that I've 'found' you. :o)