Lovely stitching...a Red Brolly swap
I really love looking through my flickr photos and my facebook page at what people create using my patterns, you can imagine my excitement when I came across a Red Brolly swap with an online stitching group of lovely ladies called "Friends in Stitching!" They have stitched and shared some wonderful creations and I thought that I would show them off to everyone.
There were lots of gorgeous stitching to choose from and I've just selected a few, but everyone was very creative. Please forgive me if I accidently get the name of the stitcher incorrect....
Here's my Angel Apron stitched by Teresa from All Things Vintage.
The funny thing is, is that Teresa stitched it for her swap partner and hoped to make one for herself, but, unfortunately she ran out of time. You can imagine her delight when she received this package in the post from her swap partner, Peg from Happy in Quilting.
Not part of the swap, but I just wanted to share Peg's other Angel apron and teatowel that she made...
Vicky stitched a Teana purse for her partner, and she received the Sewing Carryall and pincushion in return, all made by Jenny M.
Fiona, received this bag which was adapted from my Easter Googy Egg bag pattern and this lovely stitched coaster...(note how neat that binding has been stitched!). I know Fiona would've been delighted as she loves purple!
There was also a....
which were made by Leanne, and the cookbook was put together by Dawnie from Itching for Stitching. Wasn't that a great idea? I tried to get a larger photo so you could see it a bit better, unfortunately, I couldn't make it happen.
As I said, I wish that I could've shown you everyone's, but there was just so many to choose from, but a big congratulations to all the "Friends in Stitching."
Whilst we're in the sharing mood, I thought that I would show you a finished version of my Fairy Garden Quilt, made by Meg. It's just stunning in my favourite colour-red.
Look at the colouring! The second is by "Time to" which was posted in my flickr group...
And a cushion by Fiona Y.R
Bravo to all! Thank you for sharing with us and allowing us to see your projects.
There's one more which I'd like to share...a gorgeous version of my Catalicious Quilt by MariaRe. You can see more of it in my Flickr group, but she really has done a fabulous job and has created a real treasured quilt.