Sunday, August 10, 2008

small, simple finish


After doing a huge project, I decided this week to finish a small project that I started a while back. The pattern was a freebie called Heart Stitcher. It is from www.amonamipierre.net I stitched it on 18 ct. hyacinth aida from Sassy's Fabby's. I used San Man Strands "magic" floss.
I believe I am going to use this for a journal cover picture.
I have also been working on my neighborhood RR piece. It is starting to look a little like something, but not enough to show yet!
School starts here this Friday, which means I will soon be doing daycare again. The summer just flew by!
Wishing everyone a wonderful, stitch-filled week. Thanks for stopping by & for commenting!!! I do appreciate it so much!!!

15 comments:

Renee said...

How cute!!! It looks great Shari! Looking forward to seeing a WIP picture of your Neighborhood RR too!

Christina said...

Very nice. Can't wait to see your RR. Sorry your summer break had to end.

Meari said...

That turned out really nice, Shari. I might have to do that one, too! :)

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

That is beautiful!

Vickie said...

Very pretty Shari!

~Kim~ said...

Great finish! I finished that last month and I cant wait to show it off!

~Kim~

Mylene said...

It's cute and lovely colours you have used both the fabric and the floss.

Today is the first day of school for Chris, Grace will be next week.

Julie said...

I have this one saved too Shari, its such a lovely one and you have stitched it so beautifully, i love the thread and fabric you chose

Maureen said...

really nice little design there, gorgeous colours as well..

"Magnolia" said...

Very pretty rendition, Shari! Love the colors!

Habibi said...

Lovely work.

Connie B said...

Nice finish! Looks great on that fabby!!

Heidi said...

Hi Shari! Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hello. I love meeting other bloggers. This is such a pretty heart. I love the image of the woman inside it. Congratulations on your finish.

Hugs ~
Heidi

Sharon said...

Very pretty!

Lennu said...

Such a lovely finish and the thread colour is very pretty!