I love this stitchery and used it when it was a freebie in Homespun magazine last year, I think the pattern was for a wall hanging but I went with the cushion.I'm sure whatever you choose it will be just perfect.hugs - Miche'le xx
oooh, tricky tricky tricky one Barb! Love both ideas....I'd tend to go with the wallhanging though for practical reasons....being able to store it when Christmas is over!!!! LOLIt will look beautiful whatever you decide!sugary hugsWendy :O) xxx
I love both ideas but I think I would swing towards the wallhanging too.
I'd go for the hanging.
I think it would look great in a walhanging.
Cushion. I would love to see it made into that.
i think a cushion ,i love this pattern
Very cute! I say wall hanging! :0)
And just to be different - would make a great panel for a Christmas tote bag :)
Stitching looks wonderful!I vote for the cushion :)Hugs,Tatyana
Hello Barbara,You could turn it into a card holder for your Christmas cards.Happy days.Bev.xoxo
Yes! LOL It would be adorable either way.
What a fabulous stitchery! I think it would make a lovely wall hanging.
Wall hanging or table topper!!! all it needs is a couple borders! love the whimiscal look!
HI Barb, lovely stitchery. Me I'd go wall hanging as I use my cushions and it would be a shame to use it this way after all that lovely work and time you have put into it:)HUGGLESLucky
Just lovely, Barb. I would go with the wallhanging option, too. :)
I'd use it for a table topper. I use them a lot at Christmas.
I choose wallhanging.Whatever you decide is a wonderful project.
I would go wall hanging...looks fantastic Barb...
I reckon a wallhanging would look lovely. And it wouldn't get as worn.Angel hugs.
I think either would be cute, but I'd probably make a wall hanging because it would store easier. Love the stitchery.
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