Thanks so much for joining me here for Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday!
How fun to be this week's PARTY hostess!
The new year has found me doing more stitching than sewing right now and I'm excited to share these cute little Sue Spargo inspired wool finishes with ya this week:
You can read more about this linky party right here.
So HI to all my regular blogging buddies who are linking up today and
welcome if you are new to my little spot in blogland.
Now it's your turn!
1.) Please link up your fabulous TGIFF! finishes for this week.
2.) Make to visit at least 3 of the other great finishes and spread some quilty comment love.
3.) Please include a text link in your post and/or a button for TGIFF! so your visitors can join us.
My eye keeps being drawn to that blue leaf and the stiching up the centre of it. It all looks cute and interesting.ReplyDelete
Have fun hosting you're linky party!
Lovin' that ladybug! Happy new year Val!ReplyDelete
Ahh, the hostess with the mostess! Love your stitching. I wish I had a finish but alas I do not. Off to visit others!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting. Your stitching is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Love from Amsterdam
Your wool finishes are so cute! The flying geese with the pigeon - clever! All the little details of the hand stitching have a very complimentary effect. Nice work!ReplyDelete
I love your woolly creations :)ReplyDelete
awesome little wool cuties, Val! Thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation
Thanks for hosting this week Val!ReplyDelete
Shout out to Quilting Nonnie... Now I know.ReplyDelete
She wouldn't tell me what TGIFF was. (We like to tease. We're "sisters" that are both named Terri.)
Anywho, to the hostess with the moistest: Your stitchings are great. What fun projects. Thanks for sharing them.
Very cute wool finishes :)ReplyDelete
Cool projects! What a nice party.ReplyDelete
Great finishes! thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
There are quite a few finishes!
Your creative stitching looks great!
Have a great weekend!
I love Sue Spargo's patterns but have never made any; is is easy to work with wool?ReplyDelete
P.S. Thanks for hosting the link up! Lots of lovely new blogs to explore :)
Love your lady bug stitchery, very bright and fun!ReplyDelete