Time for a new post after the photobucket 3rd party hosting saga.
My blog is now fixed, I just need to fix the other blogs that I’m part of…
Anyway, time for show my recent piece.
Design by Barbara Ana Designs – Picking Up Fruits from the magazine Punch Needle and Primitive Stitcher Magazine (2017 Summer Issue).
Stitched on 40 count Grey Sand linen by xJudesign with DMC floss.
Mounted on a jewelry box that I painted; cotton fabric from Tilda, 2014 Spring Collection called Bird Bluegrey.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Une broderie ravissante,toute simple,qui a trouvé sa place sur cette jolie boite!
Doux week end Lili
How beautiful Lili,I love the colours in this design❤️
Nice to see you back. I am slowly working my way through my old blog posts!
The stitching and the box are both lovely.
Oh my! This is so different and lovely. I think this is beautiful.
Very beautiful and I love how you finished it Lili!
I didn’t see the original model, but I really like your version. Love these colors♥
Lili, this is gorgeous!! The stitch, the perfectly coordinating fabric and the box is finished beautifully. Such lovely soft colors too!! Mary&RJ
So cute, the finishing fabric is so soft and pretty.
Glad you got your photos sorted. What a beautiful finish! You chose the perfect fabric and I love the cream box.
Hi Lili! I’ve been traveling for the last two weeks but I was lucky today to get some computer time to visit my fellow stitchers. I really love this stitch and how you finished it on the jewelry box…just lovely. I love the grey linen too. You always pick the prettiest linens. I will be on the road for two months but will check in as much as possible to see more of your stitches which always make me smile. RJ
Wonderful, your stitching. And I love the finishing with the Tilda fabric that goes so perfectly together with the colours of the stitched piece.
Oh, what a truly lovely finish, Lili–the colors are so soft and delicate. I’m glad you got your photo situation sorted out–that must have been very frustrating!
Enjoy your weekend!
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