Monday, August 04, 2008

Redwork Exchange for Goldie

Goldie has let me know that she has received the SBEBB Redwork Exchange that I sent to her. I have been wanting to stitch this little design in an older issue of De fil en aiguille for ages now. When I drew Goldie's name for the exchange, I knew I had just come across the perfect opportunity to stitch it. Sorry the photos are not clickable tonight...
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Motif avec ciseaux Pinkeep

De fil en aiguille Magazine, August-September 2005

30 ct Natural Linen, DMC 115

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And the rest of her goodies - a chart off of her wishlist and other fun things ;-) So glad you like it Goldie - enjoy!!

Stitched on today: Finished second part of Seasonal (Spring) Exchange for Cathy K **Mailed out a gift today

18 comments:

Melissa said...

I'm sure Goldie enjoyed your redwork exchange. It's really beautiful. You did a great job.

Cindy said...

Love the pinkeep. Its so beautiful. Goldie is so lucky to have it. :D

Marie-P said...

What a great design, Goldie must be so excited!

Marie-P said...

PS...I want to know how to make that lovely bow! :D

Carol R said...

Beautiful pinkeep as always Carol

karenv said...

Another lovely exchange Carol - congratulations!

Sally said...

You have been doing some gorgeous stitching and finishing Carol. All the gifts you received are beautiful:)

cathymk said...

Just gorgeous Carol! That DMC 115 is such a lovely colour!

Karin said...

Gorgeous work - I'm sure that Goldie enjoyed it.

Olenka's Stitches said...

Fabulous exchange Carol. You did an amazing job on the pinkeep.

Carla said...

Looks wonderful Carol!!!

Kajsa said...

That's so pretty! Nice package that you put together too.

Andrea said...

Wonderful pinkeep. I'm sure Goldie is thrilled with it.

Stitcher said...

What a lovely exchange

Clare said...

What a wonderful pin keep - I love that chart. Goldie is very lucky.

Teri said...

The redwork pin keep is beautiful. I love the design!

coonieandplume said...

Wonderful exchange!

Jenna said...

Beautifully executed, as always, Carol!