Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Show of hands

Suddenly I'm seeing Aury's red, white and blue Quaker heart everywhere.  I'm wondering how many of us are stitching it? 

If you are, leave me your blog and/or photo link in the comment section and I'll put together a list.  I'll post the list and then send it on to Aury, also.

As for me, I'm enjoying the heck out of it.   You know, I have loads of Quaker designs, yet I've stitched very few of them.  I should change that situation.

10 comments:

  1. I actually just finished it late last week. I too pulled it out after seeing it resurface lately. Now I have to figure out how to finish.

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  2. I thought this would also look great in red and white, the Canadian flag colours! Hope all is well!

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  3. Mine is here. I guess I should try to finish it.

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  4. I stitched this one up last month and finished it as a pin cushion stuffed with crushed walnut shells. I gave it as a gift to a very dear friend who had just passed her citizenship exam!!

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  5. Hands up high..... I'm only a few stitches from being finished. I thought I'd finish it Sunday night but got interrupted. Then I thought I'd finish it Monday afternoon but got interrupted. Maybe I should just go do it this minute then post a picture... before the inevitable interruptions. I don't know how I'm going to finish/finish it though.
    Pam

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  6. I finished it in April. :o) Here's where I blogged about it
    http://gr8damesplace.blogspot.com/2010/04/redwhite-blue.html

    I am looking forward to seeing how you finish yours. :o)

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  7. I just finished this piece, but I don't have a picture to share.

    Really enjoyed stitching it; it was a great way to use up threads in my stash. I stitched it on a natural linen.

    Carol S.

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  8. I just finished mine tonite and hope to have a picture posted tomorrow. Thanks for directing me to it in the first place!

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  9. I'm working on one. I'm kind of winging it on the colors.....and hoping it turns out OK. LOL

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