Monday, September 21, 2009

A couple of quick answers...

We're off to the coast in a few minutes, but I've had a couple of questions from some of you lovely ladies that I thought I'd answer before we drive away.

Ellice is new to stitching and has asked what stitches are used in my free "Rainbow" download? Ellice, backstitch for the wording and the main Rainbow curve; running stitch for the echoing rainbow curve and 3 rows of it around the buttons; lazy daisy and french knots for the little flowers.

Magy asked what fabric line I used? Magy, apart from the yellow floral (which is from Sandy Gervais "Celebrate Spring" rang), all the fabrics used come from "Nature's Chorus" by April Cornell.

Have you seen my new designs yet? Have a look at some photos of "IN MY GARDEN"!

Now, I'm off to the coast with my darling hubby and Blossom. We'll be back in about 9 hours and hopefully I will have stocked up on all those stitching goodies I've run out of - wadding, Vliesofix, blender know? ;-)



Wendyb said...

Safe trip, Jenny.....I need to do the same...stocks are running low (hehehe)
;o) Wendy B

A Bit of the Blarney said...

Have a grand time!!! Cathy

Unknown said...

Enjoy your day Jenny!!

Allie said...

And I am praying for you guys tonight [your morning] - enjoy stocking up! I absolutely adore your In My Garden!

Loralynn said...

Have a wonderful, productive day!

Roxie said...

I am having trouble adding the button for Among the Gum Trees on my blog, do you have any ideas how I might get it on. I have tried the save as, but it tells me it is either corrupt or can recognize.

Country Nanny said...

Have a wonderful day and...happy shopping.
Safe trip.
LOL :)

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Unknown said...

Thanks for that Jenny, some new stitches to learn for me now. Have a great trip.