8″ x 8″ Linen, cotton, paper.
God bless these stitches My joyful therapy
I’ve been taking a break from blogging for no particular reason. (in case you were wondering)
February 17, 2011
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Hi Virginia, Happy to get your post. For awhile there I thought we burned you out retreat weekend…lol. Sometimes a girl just needs to check out for no particular reason. The bears do it, sooo why not us! But as for you it’s time to come out of hibernation…I’ve missed your post. Always love your creations!
So glad you’re back. I’ve missed your blogs.
I could not agree with you more regarding joyful stitches are my therapy as well. I too have missed your posts to your blog but we all have to come up for air sooner or later. Don’t worry we are not going anywhere..we enjoy your so very creative ideas too much.
Glad to hear from you! Everyone needs a rest now and then.
I agree so much with your joyful therapy in stitches words. Hasn’t God Blessed us with such a wonderful way to show our talents and relax too ? Take care, Maryann
Love your little creation today. I have missed you and your blogging. Glad to know that your doing well and taking care of yourself.
Have a wonderful weekend.
You brightened my day, thanks.
What perspective does: When I looked at the picture of your whole project, I thought the yellow linen was a tube of fabric sewn into the seam. But when I looked at the close-up of the fabrics sewn together, I could see that it was flat! I think the light blue next to the yellow, looks like a shadow, and makes the yellow fabric look like a tube. ANYONE ELSE? I love the piece.
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