All you need is love and coffee
Alison Cole: Goldwork
Anita Diamond: Quaker Flowers Strawberry Emery
Berry Delightful bag
Bullion Rose facecloth
ByGone Stitches: Quaker Christmas II
CA Wells: Cottage Etui
CA Wells: Pyramid Etui
CA Wells: Sailors Valentine
Chatelaine: Egyptian Garden Mandala
Cindy Valentine: Apricot Elegance
Country Cottage Needleworks: The Tea Room
Country Threads: Paris
Drawn Thread: Halloween
Drawn Thread: Red Lace Sewing Casw
Forget-Me-Nots in Stitches: Raphael’s Raspberries
GCC Ornamental Delights
Indigo Rose: Catherine Agnes
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Dragonfly
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Oriental Poppy
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Pomegranates and Beetle
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Honesty & Heartsease
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Stumpwork needlework accessories (thimble pip)
JCS magazine: Le Jardin Silk Sampler
Kathy Rees: Banded by Bargello
Laura J Perin: Lahaina Breezes
Lavender & Lace: Celtic Summer
Lorri Birmingham: Butterflies & Hearts Needleroll
Marg Low: Make a Christmas Wish (patchwork retreat)
Martha Schmidt: Hussif
Mediterranean Village scene
Mill Hill: Three Kings by Jim Shore
Mirabilia: Bluebeard’s Princess Mirabella
Monica Hunt: Hussif
Moss Creek Designs: Schwalmwork Pinkeep
Nora Corbett: Mirabilia Retreat Mia Mermaid
Periwinkle Promises: Stitching is the Berries
Prairie Schooler: When Witches Go Riding
Rosewood Manor: Quaker Diamonds
Shepherd’s Bush: Finch Song
Stoney Creek: Nature’s Resting Place
Summer Fruits pincushion
Teresa Wentzler: English Garden Sampler
Teresa Wentzler: Noah’s Ark
Textile Heritage: Topiary Bookmark
The Stitchsmith: Aroha
Un Chat dans l’aiguille: Patch Coeur Août
Wool beehive needlebook
Wool hotwater bottle cover
9 thoughts on “Basket full of goodies”
WOW: this seems a lot of work to me! Very beautiful!
Oh ANNE!!!! I LOVE the peacock! Do you still have the pattern for it?
They are lovely aren’t they gina e… I knew you would like the peacock. The stitching is just lovely A – you must be very pleased with yourself… I like the butterfly as well… I still think the hummingbird is my favorite… But then again…:-)
Aren’t you glad you dug those out and decided to finish them? They’re gorgeous! I love the peacock one, and the hardanger one.
Hi Anne, I love the look of these pincushions together. They’re adorable. Are you keeping them all for yourselves? You should, it would be sad to seperate them…
Can I put this picture on my blog one day? I just love it: it will inspire other people to stitch: it’s just the right size to start something.
What a beautiful display of pincushions!
Your basket looks lovely Anne – what a great display!
How beautiful your display! All are lovely; however, the thistles & butterfly/flower catch my eye. ooh. will have to try something like this.
My favourite is actually the thistle – and I’ll bet Gina thought it would have been the peacock. *grin*
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