Sunday, May 7, 2017

Fresh from the Finisher

Erica Michaels
Quaker Berry

Fresh from the finisher and just in time for spring strawberry picking.  The farmers market had a strawberry festival yesterday.  The weather was rainy and cool and we opted to stay home.  This just means we will make an early morning run to Kelly's for fresh strawberries picked fresh from their patch.

Nicky'sCreations

Hard to resist sweet little bunny rabbits when they are this cute.  (Let's hope they mind their manners and stay out of AppleJack's garden).  A nice addition for my spring smalls basket.

Stacy Nash Country Sampler Girls Club
Pumpkin Hill

I am way behind on stitching of the club pieces.  Finally a Thanksgiving piece.   Note to self:  spend more time stitching club pieces.

Stacy Nash Country Sampler Girls Club
School Sampler Spring Sewing bag

Whoops should have rotated the photo.  

A place for needle and pins and floss

The tape measure is the selvage from some quilt fabric--thought it would be fun to add.  

7 comments:

  1. Fabulous finished finishes! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. What delightful stitching. Each project is a little gem!

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  3. Thanks for visiting my blog. I love your stitchery. I need to spend more time working on my projects. I am working on that big sampler from Beth Twist.
    I hope you have a lovely week.

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  4. wonderful to have some finishes even if it's a little early for fall decorating - blink - it will be here ! Hope you have spring weather for a little while longer. Mel

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  5. All the finishes look great. Did you do the pinkeeps? I am thinking of sending those to a finisher. I just late doing them. I love the stitching but not the finishing. Enjoy the strawberries, we are so late this year it will most likely be June before we see anything but those big Florida ones.

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  6. Your Quaker Berry is stunning! All of these pieces are beautiful! Congratulations on so many wonderful finishes!

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  7. All your finishes look wonderful!

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