Monday, April 21, 2008

Garden Exchange

I was lucky and got Judith's name for the SBEBB Garden Exchange :) I have been reading her blog for over a year and really enjoy the projects she makes, she loves to quilt too! I decided to stitch a Little House Needlework's chart for her called Plant Kindness. I finished it into a wallhanging. (my fave finish) and mailed it to her. I read on the exchange board she recieved it!

I worked on the Bent Creek Snapperville all weekend, I had fun with this one. Saturday and Sunday we stuck close to the house, so I was able to stitch on it for a long time. It was nice to relax for a few days.

12 comments:

Cheryl said...

Your wallhanging is super! Ive just been reading your tutorial...must try this finish one day :)

CraftyT said...

You did a terrific job making that into a wonderful gift!

Great stitching.
Natasha

Judith said...

I love it very much. Just posted on my blog. Couldn't do it sooner as I have been sick.

Cathy said...

I love the finishing you did. I wish my sewing was better so I could do that, too.

Kathy A. said...

Beautiful job on the exchange for Judith. Your Snapperville is coming along nicely too.
Loved your answers to that questionnaire.

Nic said...

What a lovely finish!

Barbara said...

Super gorgeous!!!!

Itching To Stitch said...

This finish is just gorgeous ;)

Vonna said...

I saw the wall hanging on Judith's blog...or the board or somewhere...and Heather...you outdid yourself, it is gorgeous and if you ever feel the urge to do it again, you have my address right?!
:)
Snapperville is looking fantabulous!

ivory spring said...

I just stumbled across your blog. Great job. I love the name of your blog. I am also a needleworker and a quilter. I haven't posted any cross-stitch pictures on my blog since I am very new to blogland. I look forward to visiting your blog again.

Sharon said...

Beuatiful wallhanging!

Jenna said...

Gorgeous wallhanging, Heather! Your finishing is superb, but then you have all of that experiencing piecing quilts together. Wonderfully done.