Saturday, December 3, 2011

A Show & Tell...

It's time to show you how others have made some Elefantz designs their very own!
All of them are gorgeous!

 Fiona made my Country Roses bag with such pretty fabrics!
Betty cleverly used one of the mini blocks from my "Circles of Life" quilt as a framed stitchery and added a cute message!
Melody has also been stitching the blocks from "Circles of Life", but she has used them is a very unique way!  Melody has made a number of the blocks into the loveliest sewing mats with matching pin cushions!
The next two designs were made for swaps so I can't tell you who made them, but they are so pretty!!
This is my "Wrapped with a Bow" bag and notepad cover design made by J...
And lastly, this version of my Shabby Bag from Issue 5 of Elefantz HOME was made by F....
Ladies, I am blown away by how lovely you have made these designs! Every one of them is beautiful! 
Thank you for sharing with me so I can share your talent with others.


  1. Melody, your clever little mats are sweet!!

  2. Wow, ladies, these are all beautiful!!! Jenny, I'm going to have to make the "Shabby" bag, I'm completely in love with it! Thanks so much for sharing all of these with us...they inspire me to get started instead of just saying "I need to do that"...anyone else have that problem? Big Hugs all around...

  3. Inspiration produces inspiring gifts all beautiful. Jenny from your thoughts come beauty.

  4. keep designing lovely lady,cause they are so much fun your designs to make.

  5. Thank you for your wonderful designs. I love them.

  6. You must be proud to see your projects made by others. Nice work ladies

  7. it is wonderful to see what other people make from your designs Jenny,cheers Vickie

  8. What quilter doesn't love show and tell?? These are just lovely and very inspirational. Helps to get the old brain whirring!! Thanks for sharing.

  9. These things are a credit to you Jenny .
    I'm into redwork at present . I'm working on Tis the season ,by Natalie Bird and on the last block of Birdie Stitches , by Little miss Shabby

  10. Wow, everyone has come up with such great and beautiful creations.


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