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Wednesday, 2 December 2009
Sew Noel flatfold



I received an email from Michelle of Heart in Stitches with pictures of her finish of Sew Noel as a delightful flatfold. Michelle told me that she and her mom both wanted to stitch this pattern so:



Michelle stitched with a green DMC thread and added a star charm instead of stitching the holly.


And her mom chose to stitch with red DMC and added a snowflake charm. Both pieces are stitched on white 22ct Oslo Hardanger fabric. Isn't this a wonderful finish? Thank you Michelle for allowing me to show these pictures.

Sew Noel is still available *here* or by clicking on the CHARTS link on the sidebar.

The children's ornaments are coming along great - four down and two more to go and hopefully I will get these done fairly soon so I can stitch up the models for Sew Pink and Sew in Love. I know that some of you are waiting patiently for these two charts to be released.

Thanks for visiting
Take care

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6 Comments:


  • On 3 December 2009 at 00:45, Blogger angelasweby

    Wow, Carol,
    What a wonderful warm glow you must get seeing your lovely designs stitched up so beautifully and so differently each time. These two versions are both really pretty and so festive. What a lovely idea to finish them as flatfolds. It really is my favourite finish.

    I love the first picture with the reflection of the red flatfold in the mirror behind the green version - it's very clever!
    Warm hugs Angela (the stalker)

     
  • On 3 December 2009 at 04:24, Blogger Kathy A.

    Those are two beautiful stitches and how could they not be with such a beautiful design!
    Nice work Carol and your wonderful stitchers.

     
  • On 3 December 2009 at 06:29, Blogger stitchinfiend

    How pretty are those ornaments and such beautiful finishing on them.

     
  • On 3 December 2009 at 08:00, Blogger Vaida

    Great finish - and what a clever idea to make a latfold, so both versions are on display at the same time!

     
  • On 4 December 2009 at 20:54, Blogger Patti

    Love it as a flatfold. Never thought of that. Angela always says it so much better than I do. Have a great weekend.
    Love
    Patti xxx

     
  • On 4 December 2009 at 23:23, Blogger WendyJo

    Those are so pretty Carol. I love the flatfold idea, looks wonderful!