Monday, February 7, 2011

Show & Tell, and January Challenge Winner

Thank you for your patience with my very overdue Friday Show & Tell.
Let's start with the last of the January Apron Challenge entries!

The skirt Dot used to make her apron was lined, so she has a very useful reversible apron now!
Dee M made her apron from a much loved daughter's dress...
and Connie used a pretty flower girl dress of her daughter's as well!
Thank you to all who participated in the Cinderella Challenge!! You all made some gorgeous aprons, and I think we may have started something - I'll never look at a skirt in the same way again. :-)
I used Mr Random Generator to draw the winner of this prize...
Congratulations, Karen! Please email me your postal address and I'll have the book sent off to you. 

Now for the rest of today's Show & Tell!
You've all been so busy with Give Thanks...

From Sherry - look at that exquisite hanger!
...and from Celia, something very different and so lovely...
Györgyi in Hungary has made hers in her own language, so beautiful!
Heleen in the Netherlands has also added her own special touch to my design!
Ruth's friend Vikki in Canada doesn't have a blog, but she is addicted to stitching these days! 
Lis has just finished her first verse....
...and our last Give Thanks for this week is from Dawn, and I can see she has used a fabric range that I loved when it came out (Woodland Bloom)!
To finish off this week's photos, look at how Carmen used my 2009 Mug Hug design to make a beautiful wallhanging...
...and the needlebook Lyn made using my free Roses Coasters design!
I love everything you talented ladies have made, and I feel quite humbled that you choose to use my designs. Bless you all!!


  1. All are so wonderful! Love that fancy hanger!
    xx, shell

  2. The talent never ends and the imagination never dries up beautiful work from all over the world Simply Fabulous.

  3. Love it - love them all - it's amazing the beauty you can create when you start with a glorious design! Congratulations to Karen!

  4. Lovely projects from your cute designs!

  5. Thanks for the show and tell. Always nice to see your designs in all kind of fariations.

  6. All the ladies have made beautiful projects from your lovley design.

  7. All great to see as usual. I love show and tell.

  8. I am so happy that you and your family are safe after the storm. I pray that supplies come your way very soon. I wish there was a way I could send you food items, if only I didn't live so far. Winter still doesn't want to let up here in the Midwest (Wisconsin). The next 4 days are supposed to be another Arctic blast with wind chill factors below 0. We have the winter blues around here and can't wait for Spring, even temps in the 30's would be a welcome. Just have to be patience. Will keep you and your country in my prayers.

  9. Hi Jenny,

    It was a pleasure using your pattern to stitch this needlebook, I only found your blog by accident and now I am addicted to it! You make such beautiful creations and your designs are wonderful, I will certainly be doing the give thanks freebie when I get my craft room sorted out.

    Lynn B

  10. I'm with Lynn B...I happened upon your site a few weeks ago and just love it peaceful. I'm dropping you an email excited to have won the contest! Thank you so...


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