Jul 31, 2016

Berry pickin'

 
Removing all the years of supplies for projects I intended to make and never did.  Some new items have taken preference.
 
 
Maybe I should be using the materials and supplies everywhere to get projects ready for Christmas sales instead of stitching.
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12 comments:

Vickie said...

Havin' fun I see. Take a guess which one is my favorite? ;) They are fantastic!

Just me said...

I LOVE them!!! Where did you find the caps?

Rugs and Pugs said...

What do you call the caps to search for them? Other than the ones I ordered when you blogged about them, I have come up empty handed when I search. I just made five paisley ones using the caps. Sweet.
Hugs :)
Lauren

Primitive Stars said...

Marly I adore them, so pretty.Blessings Francine.

Cathy B said...

I just cleaned out some supplies I had for making matchbook style needlebooks. Cardstock all used up and I made a serious dent in my wool supply. Feels good!

Annmarie said...

You're good lady....they look wonderful!!!

Maggee said...

Those are some pretty strawberries! Nicely done!

Winnie Nielsen said...

Marly, these are beautiful with those antique looking caps. I've never seen these before and I must say yours are quite elegant.

Simple Pleasure said...

Wonderful finish...like the use of vintage ribbon for a hanger. I've never seen caps like this before...very Victorian and elegant. Will you share the source? LOL...here I am looking for more and I still haven't stitched strawberries to use up my unearthed stash of caps!!!!!!
Busy Hands...Happy Heart
Patricia

Heartland Stitcher said...

Beautiful strawberries!

StitchinByTheLake said...

I love these! blessings, marlene

Margaret said...

They're beautiful. You're always doing cool things.

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