Wednesday, May 2, 2012

~New Stitcheries~

I know that I have been gone for a long time, but time has just gotten away from me lately.  The end of the school year is a busy time and the weeks seem to fly by.

I have started making stitcheries and I am really happy with how they are turning out.  I designed them on paper and then use a light box to transfer the pattern onto the material before I stitch them.

Let me know what you think!

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"If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it."
~Mary Engelbreit~

All My Best,


Prims By The Water said...

Love the stitcheries...especially the smile one. Great job! Take care, Janice

Jan - Life on Buttermilk Hill said...

Your samplers are getting more and more complex--very nice and neat! Neatness is very important to me--skill will always improve with practice, but if we are sloppy the work will never be of good quality. You should be very pleased with the work you are doing!--Jan

joanne said...

those are simple and fantastic! or simply fantastic, hehe. I love that you designed them yourself and they really suit your decor style. nice.

Michelle said...

Hi Dan,
I think they look awesome. You are the tidiest stitcher I know! Are you using muslin to stitch on or just Aida cloth? Also, how are you staining them, tea dye? I think you should start saving your patterns and look into selling them! Stop by my blog soon for a visit!
PS. I think it's time for a 3 P's stitching!

Esther from Alicante said...

Hi Dan! I am a new follower. I found you on Pinterest, and I am following you there too. I have read most of your blog and love it!! It tugs at my heart to be able to enjoy primitive America. Living in Spain I have lots of places to go for inspiration (Mediterranean, old world, Spanish farm...) but somehow, no matter how hard I try, it doesn't feel like home. Thanks for sharing your wonderful home.
But I do have a question: I have noticed you always talk about what you do in the house...doesn't Jeff help you at all?
Hugs and prayers from the Spanish Mediterranean

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

Love the stitcheries, Dan. You did an awesome job on them!

Marie said...

The quotes done in stitchery are great. You did good!

Y1M said...

Dan ~ I will be the first to tell you, I don't know much about Samplers/Stitching. One thing I do know is, your letters are so nice. As if you wrote them, rather than stitched them. I would LOVE to see a school ABC and 123 old style sampler by you. Your work in Amazing and so easy on the eyes. Clean and Crisp.


Angie Berry said...

May is always busy, busy for us as well with 3 kids winding down the school year. I hope you have a super end of the year!

Wonderful stitcheries Dan! Love your blog name one, that is awesome~

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Dan honey you have been on my mind so much that I thought I had better come by and check on you.
Can't believe school is almost out.
What are your plans for the summer.
Love love these lovely pieces you have been making. I think your pieces have me thinking about counted cross stitch again.
You need to publish these patterns so we can purchase them.
I am off to see the kids at the end of this week so if I find out any thing new on Clint I will let you know.
Give your mom a big hug for Mother's day. That is my birthday too. lol
Gosh I am getting old
Love ya honey

Lida said...

Fantastic! Nice idea and well performed! Greetings

Chicken Lips said...

Love it! So Cozy!!!

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