Friday, April 27, 2007

Mirabilia English Roses & a few Happy Dances!

I took a few photos/scans today, so I thought I'd update my blog in the wee hours of the morning. As it's late, please do ignore any spelling mistakes.... or any more than usual anyway ;-P

I finished The Birth Band by the Drawn Thread for my cousin's new baby, Serena:


I also finished Baby Garden by Just Nan for my friend's new baby Abbie Rose:


And to go with that one, a photo of Abbie Rose and one with her proud big brother Thomas Luke... I don't think he's figured out what to do with her yet mind you!



Those two are both in being framed... they should be back from the framers on Tuesday. I had lots of fun stitching both!

I also had a new start last week - English Roses by Mirabilia.


It's a bad photo, but it shows my progress at least! Sans beads (I'll do those at the end - and it looks like there's quite a few!) I had to have a go at the Spider Rose with the silk ribbon (at the top) as I've never done one of those before... Glad to say it was easy, so I can get on with the rest now without panicking too much about the other 25 odd! ;-) This one will be a gift for my mum's birthday in December.

And I think that's me up-to-date now with stitching news.

11 comments:

cathymk said...

Beautiful finishes! I just saw a finished Baby Garden at my girlfriends place and it is a gorgeous design.
I've not really looked at that Mirabilia before - it's gorgeous!!

bunnyhead said...

Wow! Those birth samplers are so pretty! I'm sure they will be well loved.

Aussie Stitcher said...

Beautiful finishes. You have made a great start on the Miribilia design.

Jenn said...

English Roses is so pretty. You've made a great start on her and your finishes are beautiful!

Michelle said...

Beautiful finishes! I have been struggling through Baby Garden and am only down to the goldfish pond. Can't wait to see yours framed. English Roses looks beautiful too - great start.

Paula said...

Your cat looks like my cat =) You can see my cat Onni (Lucky) in my blog ;) http://pampam.vuodatus.net/blog/category/Onni
You´ve very nice cross stitchs, I like cross stitch too.

Christine said...

Fantastic finishes, Tina!!! What lucky little girls to get such beautiful gifts. Wonderful progress on English Roses, too!

Carol said...

Wow, you sure have been busy stitching for babies! Both are gorgeous!!! And your Mirabilia is lovely too :-)

stitcherw said...

They are all beautful. I hadn't seen the one by Just Nan before, love the colors as well as the cute litle cats and squirrels in it.
Sue

tkdchick said...

Your HD's are beautiful! So is your new WIP!

Thanks for stopping by my blog with supportive words, they mean a lot.

Eleni said...

Fantastic stitching Tina ... are those Michelle's children ... and it that gorgeous little guy, the baby that I once held??? WOW does time fly!!