"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Friday, October 1, 2010

Daisy-Do ~ Block 4!

It's already October 1st! My, this year has flown by!
Today I am sharing Block 4 of Daisy-Do...
~daisies~
 
 
The Cottage Garden thread looked gorgeous in the chain stitched wording, those pretty colours definitely taking centre stage! :-)
If you want to purchase some of these threads check out the supplier listings and colour charts at the Cottage Garden Threads blog.
(I purchase mine through Cath at Cathron Country)

Only one more block to share and you can stitch it together. I will be sharing the finishing pattern along with the final block on November 1st. Can't wait!!
You can download the pattern for Block 4 of Daisy-Do HERE.

Have a lovely day! We're enjoying Mr E's last real day of school holidays before the rattle and hum of another school term begins. 
Hugs
Jenny
xxx

18 comments:

  1. *squeal* It's so gorgeous!!!!! Jenny-girl I'm loving these daisies - so perfectly sweet and so perfectly Jenny! Thank you darlin'!

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  2. Thanks - so lovely.... I don't like to wish my life away but I do look forward to Daisy-Do day....
    Hugz

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  3. Thank you Jenny. It is so pretty. I will enjoy to finish this gorgeous Daisy-Do.
    Hugs Jytte

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  4. Thanks for the lovely pattern! I have some variegated threads that would work perfectly, if I ever get the time!!

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  5. Wow - those CG Threads really do pop - just fabulous!! Your Caffitiere project is stunning Jen - really delicious... I'm going to have to give up my lattes for the plunger!!! :-)

    Hugs sweetie!!!
    Vikki xoxo :-)

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  6. You are s Stitching Master. This is perfectly done o.o Can't wait to seee the end effect :)
    Best regards
    Jo&cats

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  7. I think its your work that makes it look so good!

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  8. thank you for sharing your daisy-do patterns with us -- they are very sweet!
    rita

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  9. Love it Jenny! The chain stitch is so beautiful on this. Girlfriend you are sooooooo good!
    Hope Mr. E had a fun day today.
    xx, shell

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  10. Your not kidding that thread does really pop, fantastic chain stitching!!! So lovely:)


    Ann Flowers
    flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

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  11. Another fabulous block :) Lovely and so pretty :) hugs Vicki xoxox

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  12. Thanks for another sweet Daisy-Do block!

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  13. Really stunning! Thanks Jenny.
    Hugs.
    Elisa

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  14. Your embroidery stitches always look so relaxed like they belong there. I have a ? how do you tie off or secure the thread on the back when done with a thread color and ready to move on. I seem to make a couple of knots then have to snake the thread tail thru the already there stitches, it looks like a big mess on the back. LOL (i guess i don't want it to fall apart) Any secrets to share for me.
    Thanks, Teresa
    teresasquiltstash@yahoo.com

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  15. Thank you so much for this project. Your generosity in sharing your designs is much appreciated

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I will try to reply via email unless you are a 'no reply blogger' which means you'll have to check for my reply in the comments. Of course, life is a rather hazardous activity, isn't it? So if I don't respond to your comment that's the reason why - life simply stepped in...
hugs
Jenny
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