Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Are you ready to see it?!

The light wasn't the best inside the house when I took the pics, but the beauty of this quilt still shines through. Can you hear I'm a rather happy gal right now? 
I'll take this lovely piece off for a real photo shoot next week. 

The first nine blocks are HERE in my shop, and the last three will be published over the next three Fridays.



I really love show & tell because these photos are *you* showing my readers how you've taken an Elefantz design and made it all your own.

My friend Heather has been stitching ahead with the Shabby Roses Churn Dash Quilt, and though she's using the same fabric line as I did she also added the blues in this range, and more thread colours in the stitcheries. I love them!

A couple of very clever ladies have used the Rosedaisy Alphabet pattern to create special projects for beloved nieces!

 Barb made a gorgeous birthday bunting for Monique, and added that something 'extra' with roses and crystal drops between each letter. I think she made a young lady very happy indeed!

Daniela framed this lovely 'Marie' for her niece's 18th when it was finished. What a gorgeous memento to give!
 Daniela and I chatted back and forth about how she would do this and I advised that she remove some of the stitchery sections from the A and I so the full name would fit within the frame...

Victoria Bright has made one the Rosedaisy Designs in her very own style! 
(this is one of my favourite of all the Rosedaisies this year)
Lovely indeed...

Joy in Bundaberg made my "Clouds" design into this very pretty pillow...

And an oldie but a goodie - my very first published design from 2009!
Krisztina used the "Wonky Houses" blocks to make a bag and a wall hanging. Such lovely reminders for me of where it all began. Thanks Krisztina...

Corinne has stitched "Thy Word is a Lamp" beautifully onto her journal...honestly, this is my number one Christian design. It says it all...

If you've made any of my designs just head over here for my email address and send me some photos!
I'd love to share them here on the blog in our next Show & Tell.

Have a creative kind of day everyone...


  1. The Shabby Roses Churn Dash quilt looks so beautiful all finished up!
    What lovely things people have made. I think that must be the most satisfying thing about designing - not only that you love it when it is finished but other people do too!

  2. Love your churn dash quilt and how wonderful to see others stitch your designs.

  3. Your quilt is just beautiful, Jenny. The fabrics are so pretty. Everyone's projects are lovely.

  4. Hi Jenny wow your churn dash is awesome and i love Heathers colours too.Wow i love show and tell ,i hope to get my GD's inatial framed when i get back from holidays,hope you have a wonderful day my friend.xx

  5. Your churn dash quilt looks lovely Jenny :) And what gorgeous projects from everyone! So creative!

  6. Your quilt is so pretty. Love seeing all the pretty things others have stitched.

    Patricia C

  7. Love your churn dash quilt!!! Your work is always so precise and beautiful!! How cool is that to see where others have taken your designs? Awesome!!!

  8. Such beautiful work by everyone! That bunting looks like a real labor of love. So much creativity!

  9. Lovely gallery Jenny - thank you for sharing and also the picture of your churn dash. xx

  10. How glorious to see finished projects made from your stitcheries. Each one sew amazing. Creative Stitching Bliss...

  11. LOVE the happy colors in your quilt Jenny, so beautiful!!! And what a thrill to see what others have made with your designs!

  12. Oh Jenny it turned out so beautiful. And so did Barbs birthday banner. Just gorgeous.


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