Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Souvenir de France









fabric: 100% cotton evenweave 28ct
floss: Carrie's Creation Thread "Wedgewood"

I love the pattern at the first sight. As soon as I saw the chart being posted this morning, I started stitch and I finished it! Oops, did I have lunch today?

Thank you so much Barb and Alma!

21 comments:

Alma Allen said...

I can't even believe it! You are the first one. Love the needle book you did with the chart!!! Your needles must be smoking.

Hugs,

Alma

Melissa said...

Indeed how quick you were! What a great job you've done too and the fabric for the outside is just perfect. I can't believe you had that fabric in your stash - wonderful!

angie said...

It's fantastic and the fabric you've used absolutely perfect!

KimV said...

It's beautiful!
So is your knitting and everything else. I love the design of you needlebooks! Have bookmarked you!
KimV

Robin C said...

what a wonderful finish. You are just too fast. I can't believe you did this so fast and the finshed project is perfect. I'm bookmarking your blog for inspiration

Robin in Virginia, USA

Cindy F. said...

Oh WOW!! This is absolutely gorgeous! Stitching, fabrics, finish! Beautiful work!!
So glad I found you through BBD's site:)
And your sweaters are amazing too!
LOVE your blog:)

Missy Ann said...

Fabulous finishing! I have some lovely French postcard themed fabric in my stash and it will make the most darling little knock off of your finish. :)

woolwoman said...

What wonderful work you do with your magic needles - loved seeing your knitting finishes as I am a life long knitter too - Melody

Clare Stitches said...

Love your needlebooks- I hadn't thought of making one this way.

Clare

Carol R said...

A quick start and even quicker finish! Well done - it's lovely!

The Daily Mel said...

What a beautiful piece!!

mariaerba said...

Beautiful ;)
ciao maria

Martine Rose said...

I am stitching it at the moment (in pink). It is a so nice pattern, I love it!

I like your blue needle book, so cute!

Cheers.

CeeJay said...

WHERE did you find that pattern? I have needles in pill vials! Yuck!
I need to get started on that needle keep!
Huggs, Cait

Jeanie said...

WOW ! It's beautiful !
Thanks for sharing :)

argone said...

congratulations for being so quick in stitching this lovely freebie ... your result is so pretty !

VALIE said...

Well done ! Lots of copycats lurking from all over the world though... ;-)

Marian said...

This is wonderful!

Carol said...

Wow! Your needlework and knitting are beautiful! Looks like you are a fast stitcher/knitter. I look forward to following your work.

Carol in AZ, USA

Crisy said...

The Tower is a lovely needlecase, my friend went 2 Europe last year and I have just found the right project 2 make her, as she does needlework also, soooo thanks 4 the lovely idea.
Another thing is, I would like 2 know how we can buy knitting patterns of u, there r a couple I would love 2 make 4 myself, the designs r beautiful. Thanks bye 4 now Crisy.

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