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Sunday, 11 September 2011

SWEET LITTLE BERRIES & THE STITCHERHOOD . . . .


A Happy Dance to share with you . . . .

Little House Needleworks ~ 'Sweet Little Berries'
stitched on 28~count Cream Cashel Linen with the suggested Crescent Colours

I finished this one this morning and have decided to make this my 3rd donation to the Pumpkin Patch & Co Breast Fund auction http://pumpkinpatchandcobreastfund.blogspot.com/ being held in November this year. 


I set myself a target of making 3 gifts and I'm pleased they're all now completed.  I hope they will all all find good homes and more importantly raise some much needed funds to help combat this distressing illness.

I was thrilled to hear a little while ago that I had been chosen to join the "Stitcherhood" ~ this involves stitching a fun design by Lizzie*Kate called 'Life's A Stitch' as soon as you can and then passing it on, aka Travelling Pattern . . . 


Thanks to Joy from My New Perspective http://jollyrogermom.blogspot.com, I am the next blogger to join the Stitcherhood, and this will be my next WIP.  As soon as it is finished (hopefully next week!) I will post the completion and let everyone know that the 'hood' has a vacancy and the chart is ready to move on.
I will also post the winner of my 'Bird of Happiness' chart ~ good luck!

My thoughts and prayers are shared with the World today as we remember all the loved ones lost in the 9/11 atrocity ~ they will never be forgotten xxx

Thanks for stopping by
HAPPY STITCHING
x x x

16 comments:

Cindy said...

i love your finish :D......and your bunnies are adorable....i had a black and white wannabe long eared bunny for 12 years who recently passed away...he was such a joy and will always bring sweet memories to me

Mouse said...

oooo that is sooo pretty .. got that one to do on my list :) have chosen my pattern for the pumking n co breast fund and will hopefully get it done asap :)oooo well done the travelling stitcherhood pattern .. will be waiting with baited breath for the finish :0 take care :) love mouse xxxx

Lesleyanne said...

A gorgeous finish for the breast cancer fund. Congrats on completing three and also joining the sisterhood. Look forward to seeing your finish. Hope you are okay and have a lovely weekend.

Catherine said...

Great finishes and such a fabulous cause!!

butterfly said...

What lovely stitching , the pillow colours are just beautiful.Its so great stitching for cancer.
Well done enjoy the weekend.

Barb said...

Love the colour fabby chosen for the pillow Jane. I framed mine but like yours better. What a kind thought for your little pillows, hope it is very successful.

Mylene said...

Such beautiful designs and so perfectly finished!!

Myra said...

Gorgeous finish Jane. It will make a great addition to the auction.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Love your LHN finish, in fact all three are great. Let's hope they raise lots of money.

Pumpkin said...

Again, another beautiful finish Jane! Thank you so much :o)

Carol said...

That is so generous of you to contribute three beautiful things to the auction, Jane! I need to get started on my contribution--and soon!!

Sally said...

Your finish is gorgeous, Jane, and how wonderful of you to donate it. I am hoping that if it happens again next year to be able to do my bit.

lynda said...

I just wanted to tell you that I have just found your blog and I have been enjoying reading through some of your posts. Your stitching is beautiful!

Lynn said...

Berries looks fantastic Jane! The fabric you used compliments it very well. I'm also doing a pillow finish on mine if I can ever get my butt in gear on my finishing!

SilverCuteDwarf said...

I like so 'Sweet Little Berries' so much and all your gifts looks greate!

Lesley (Home Is Where My Heart Is) said...

Hi Jane, Thank you for leaving a commenton my blog:) I have had a look at your blogs,and realised I have probably left my comment on the wrong blog!! I love all the stitching on here.The style is what I am drawn too these days,Sweet Little berries is lovely.
I see you are a Harry Potter lover too:)I am not adverse to CG in films either,it's amazing technology.