Saturday, 1 February 2014

Theme-a-licious -

In January I stitched on the following designs that I could shoehorn gardens or flowers into.

In the order of the photos:
  1. Cinderella - Joan Elliott
  2. Rosa - India Grace Designs
  3. Halloween House - Ursula Michaels
  4. Touching the Autumn Sky - Mirabilia
  5. Honeysuckle Courtyard - Patricia Ann Designs
I suppose I could have tentatively suggested that Oh Christmas Tree and A Very Merry Christmas have trees in which could be in a garden...but I won't!






18 comments:

Susan said...

Great starts and progress.

Linda said...

Great projects for theme-a-licious Sharon.

Linda

I haven't seen a Stable update in quite a while. I haven't worked on mine since Dec. 2. I will work on this Monday.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Nice shoe-horning, I'm proud of you!

Catherine said...

Catching up on your latest posts....I am so far behind!! Lovely seeing all that you are working on ~ and I enjoyed your post filling us in on more about yourself!

Anne said...

Wonderful starts! I love the colours of the linen!!

demeter83 said...

I'm loving your progress on Cinderella, she's lovely!

demeter83 said...

I'm loving your progress on Cinderella, she's lovely!

Justine said...

Great progress on Cinderella. Can't wait to see her head!

The Crafty Princess said...

I agree with Jo, great shoe-horning there LOL! I'm looking forward to your updates on these guys.
Alicia xo

Lonneke said...

They all look great!

Karoline said...

Lovely new starts and great progress on Cinderella

Chris said...

Love the idea of a theme, great starts.
Chris x

Hazel said...

Some great progress on these! Thanks for your comments. Hope you make it to Libby's one day soon! x

Stitching Noni said...

Lovely progress :o) Cinderella is just a lovely design.

Val said...

Love your blog!!!

Jan Gartlan said...

Lovely progress. Cinderella is a beautiful design

Lizette Morales said...

Hi,
thank you for your comment it was so nice of you!!!! Well you have beautiful projects too!!

geeky Heather said...

Trees totally count! =) Besides, Jo has done some way more shaky shoehorning than that. ;)