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Friday, 29 July 2011

Favourite Things Friday


This little treasure is the result of unpacking. (I have found soooo many things that could qualify as a FTF item!) I went to a punch needle embroidery class sometime (I have no idea when!) and I made this. I love it. I have done two other embroideries (both have been made up into something) and that's all. I really like the whole process of punch needle and the finished product. I really must do more!

Edited to add: Forgot to say, if you want to see who else is playing "Favourite Things Friday go here!

8 comments:

Larri @ Seams Inspired said...

It's beautiful! Wow. It's so intricate and truly lovely. Thanks so much for sharing. Happy FTF! ☺

Sarah said...

What a LOVELY surprise!

Shay said...

That's one of the rewards of unpacking . You find all sorts of things you've forgotten about (and it's just like a special celebration when you find them again)

You know I'm going to have to go and google needle punch embroidery now.(Thanks!) But however it's done - your little piece is beautiful . Thanks for showing it to us.

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petra said...

Good to meet you. That is a lovely piece. I might have to do some unpacking (of my drawers) soon. Wishing you a good weekend!

Amanda said...

Its one of those things not quick enough for me. I have one in a pile somewhere and I have the background to go and I lost interest. But I love the look of them probably should have started on something little but of course I bit of more than I can chew as usual. Great FTF

Mistea said...

Not something I have tried but your little piece looks gorgeous.
Unpacking is always good for surprises - maybe I should go check in some of my boxes.
Have a lovely weekend.

Jill said...

Hmmm that reminds me I have some punch needle projects in the UFO cupboard! I really enjoyed it and must drag it out again one day. Your little project looks perfect. Much neater than mine!