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

Thomas Moore

Friday, March 7, 2014

Show & Tell from my readers...


It's a real blessing to receive photos of my designs that others have made, so please enjoy the work of their hands...

Gunn Vage is quite prolific in getting her Elefantz projects finished and photos emailed off to me!



It was a set of small Scripture stitcheries, a new one shared each month, that were hung on a wall hanging.


Jenny Schulz has made a Framed Calendar Display from my tutorial HERE...


Thank you for sending me these photos, Gunn, Judy and Jenny!

Do you have a photo of your completed Elefantz project that you'd like me to share on my blog?
You can send them HERE
I'd love to see your work!

Kathy Shaw would like me to let you know that she is freely sharing a very sweet set of stitcheries for scissor covers HERE on her webpage.
You'd never be stuck for a gift idea for a fellow stitcher with these.
Thanks Kathy!

 By now it is day 2 of my Melbourne trip. I wonder what I'm up to?
I guess we'll all have to wait and see... ;-)

hugs

 

6 comments:

  1. Thanks Jenny, I know you are enjoying your trip...and that's such a great treat. It makes me smile just to know that you are smiling! Hugs,
    Kathy

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  2. I haven't heard much from the Brisbane girls in Melbourne - I think they are too busy to blog even with all the up to date technology!

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  3. Thanks Jenny! I had a great time, stitching all the scriptures. I love it, it hangs on my sewing room door.

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  4. Thanks Jenny for sharing this and thanks to all those who shared - it's lovely to see the beautiful work! Have a wonderfulful time!

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  5. Whatever you are up to, I know it is filled with smiles and hugs, and probably stitching!

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