Saturday, October 19, 2013

FNSI Results and a finish

 Friday I worked on finishing of these stitcheries, now to put the borders on them and pop them into my Christmas box....
 I also worked on this baby blanket and finished crocheting the last few rows and then spent a couple of hours sewing in the last of the thread ends......I love how these colours look together :)
Here it is folded and wrapped with a pretty pink bow ready for the new bub :)
I've tried over five times to get this blog post up so fingers crossed number six is the magic number lol....I've been and visited a few blogs that were stitching last night and I'm off to make myself a cuppa and relax and blog surf a bit more to see what all the other creative ladies got up to last night :)

32 comments:

Jo in TAS said...

Lovely work, the crocheted blanket is gorgeous!

Susan said...

Great work - the blanket look so soft & pretty

Maria said...

Lovely stitcheries Barb. And the crocheted blanket is so cute wrapped I. It's bow...

Melody said...

Beautiful work. Everything you make is delightful.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Gorgeous Stitcherues....and another amazing blanket...

shez said...

such gorgeous work you do my friend,hope you have had a wonderful day.xx

Simone Harding said...

Lovely work.

Lin said...

Gorgeous blanket Barb and lovely ribbon. Pretty stitcheries too.

katherine said...

Gorgeous blanket and I love the stitcheries too

Mistea said...

Another gorgeous blanket there.
They are pretty colours all together.
Cute frolicking reindeer you've stitched up.
Enjoy your cuppa.

Val Spiers said...

The stitcheries are so cute and the crochet blanket is amazing.
valspierssews@gmail.com

Maria said...

Those stitcheries are lovely! And the baby blanket is gorgeous; love those colours you chose :-)

Ondrea said...

I am speechless. Well, almost LOL. You have made so many gorgeous things.

Susan said...

I love how you wrap your blankets with a big ribbon, it would be very exciting to receive one. Lovely stitcheries, are they a Lynette Anderson design?

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

Great stitcheries and another beautiful blanket. hugs

Noela said...

Gorgeous stitcheries and blanket Barb. Hugs......

Raewyn said...

Beautiful work. I just love the blanket and your stitcheries are so cute.

Charlie and Wendy said...

Your Christmas stitches are lovely and I love the crochet rug, beautiful colours. You are very speedy with your hook!!

Karen said...

It's all so gorgeous! Love those stitcheries!!!

Heather said...

Beautiful rug in just lovely colours. I also love the Christmas project and can't wait to see them finished.

Deb R said...

Another gorgeous rug! your stitcheries are lovely, give us a peek once you finish them!

Christine M said...

Those little reindeers are so cute. The blanket is beautiful Barb.

Cathy (aka CrafteeCC) said...

beautiful stitcheries - I just love seeing your blankets ;-)

Jeanette said...

Love the stitcheries. The blanket is gorgeous. Hugs, xx

SoozeM said...

Your blocks are gorgeous, can't wait to see them all finished! And the blanket is so sweet, the colors are divine!!

Sisbabestitches said...

Love the different colours you have used in your Christmas shapes :) Such a lovely new rug :)

Michelle Ridgway said...

What a lucky little baby to receive such a gorgeous gift. Lovely Chrissy blocks too.

Tania said...

Hi Barb, gorgeous stitching, I LOVE the little reindeers, and your blanket is beautiful - lucky Mum and bub! Your crochet is always so lovely x

Anthea said...

Oh the blanket looks just Di-vine Barb - well done - lucky Bub!
And the stitcheries are lovely too, what will they be made up into?

Sew Useful Designs said...

Wow Barb you've been so busy! Love your Christmas finishes... that festive box of yours is going to be bountiful before you know it! The baby blanket is so delicately sweet, I love it! Big hugs! Vikki xo

Liz said...

Barb.-your crocheting is always lovely looks great. The little stitcheries are very cute

Tatkis said...

Wonderful reindeer hexies :)
Absolutely charming blanket!

Hugs,
Tatyana