Hello everyone, I have been scanning Pinterest and looking for something to stitch, I seem to have lost the stitching bug of late and wanted something to interest me. I found this lovely bouquet and the charts to do it so I thought I would print them out and see how hard it would be to do. I have lots of cloth and you know I will have all the threads I need to do this project. I like to do allot different crafts and at the moment I am trying too many at once and even the gardening is getting in the way. I plant stuff and wait and when it doesn't come up I get discontented and plant more. We keep getting frost and it kills off anything that has come up. I more to plant but am waiting for warmer weather and the frost to go away. So now I am going to concentrate on the stitching and start this bouquet and put it by my chair so when the feeling hits me I can pick it up and do some. It will be a long project, no hurry to get it done.
This bouquet has allot of the flowers I like so it should keep me interested for awhile, I hope.
I borrowed these photo's from June's blog so I could show you what I made her. They are little pillows that have the flowers of the month on each different one. It took me over a month to stitch up all the flowers and then to make pillows of each and finish them off. I really like the way they came out and I know June loves them. It was allot of fun stitching all the different flowers. I had to guess on the colours because I misplaced the key chart and had no idea what colours to use so I used my own ideas and I think they worked out just fine in the end.
I thought you would like to see a photo of baby David with his daddy. He is one happy little kid.
My daughter photo shopped this one and I think it is adorable. What will they come out with next.
And now a little show of some flowers in my garden.
Some vegetables to go into the garden when good weather shows up.
I hope everyone has a great day, I am off to put a chicken in for dinner and take out some home made English Muffins I just made. Big hugs to all. Bye for now.