Monday, December 08, 2008

A little gift for Andrea

I heard today from Andrea that she has received the little Christmas Ornament that I made for her. Last year I was treated to a lovely Christmas Ornament from Andrea as a RAK... and really wanted to return the favor this year. When the December issue of The Gift of Stitching came out on the 1st, I immediately fell in love with this ornament. When I got home from work, I stitched it right up and posted it to her the next morning ;-)

Sing Noel Ornament

Primrose Needleworks

28 ct Lavender Quaker, GAST Floss, Crescent Colours Floss, DMC Floss


Stitched on today: Stitched on second part of Summer Exchange for Cathy K.

17 comments:

At the Honeysuckle Tree said...

Lovely! I have this marked to stitch for Ben's piano teacher - loved it from the first time I saw it in the TGOS.

Tanya

Anonymous said...

Love the ornament and that beaded edge - how do you do that??

thanks, Elizabeth

LoriRay said...

What a lovely ornament! No wonder you fell in love with it. It looks great and I'm sure your recipient loves it. :-)

Dianne said...

Great ornament! I might have to break down and get that issue of TGOS!

Theresa said...

Another amazing ornament!! Never tired of the beading edge~

cathymk said...

That's so cute! What a lovely gift for Andrea!

Cathie said...

Very nice ornement !! Sure that Andrea will love it !

Karoline said...

It's a gorgeous ornie

WendyJo said...

A wonderful ornament Carol I am sure Andrea will love it!

Sally said...

That is so pretty Carol. I bet Andrea loves it.

Andrea said...

I do LOVE it!!!!!!!

Thank you Carol soooooo much. :))

Sharon said...

Lovely ornament!

Cindy F. said...

I really love this ornie! You did a beautiful job on it:)

Kathy A. said...

That is sjuch a pretty little ornament and you finished it so beautifully

Vaida said...

It's wonderful! I'm also planning to stitch it for my eldest daughter's piano teacher - it's just lovely

Carol R said...

Lovely ornie - perfectly stitched and finished as always!

Desi said...

Wow! What a quick stitcher you are. It looks absolutely charming.