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Anita's Stitching

I have begun stitching in 1978. For the last 10 years, my stitching has been with "smalls". I love to use beads and ribbons and always looking for new ways for finishing. My email addresses is

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

JBW Christmas motif sampler

JBW charts are very cute and reasonably priced. I used Carrie's hand dyed thread "Holly days" for this Christmas Motif sampler. I am very happy with the result and I stitched it one over one. A friend of mine recommended Carrie's threads to me months ago and the prices are very reasonable (regular price is $1.00 for 8 yard).


Blogger Cathy said...

Very nice Anita. I like the colors that you selected!

6:10 PM  
Anonymous angi said...

What a sweet ornament.
i like the color you used for it.


12:23 AM  
Blogger Cathy C said...

That is just so pretty! Looks really like you planned it that terrific! I am going to have to experiment more with my threads from Carrie...they are a lot of fun to use...this little tree looks darling! I am going to have to try that color. I have just now been inventorying my threads from her to see what I have and what I am missing... I plan to put in an oder and it will go under the tree as part of my Christmas gifts . Rog is anxious for me to buy a few things for Christmas as I have only picked one thing so far :-).

1:01 AM  
Blogger Mary Kathryn said...

This turned out great! I really like stitching with Carrie's Threads.

2:30 AM  
Blogger Karoline said...

It's lovely Anita, love the colours you used

6:03 AM  
Blogger Susimac said...

That looks really great.

12:27 PM  
Blogger Lana said...

Hi Anita!
i am new to your blog! but i am enjoying it very much! LOVE all the ornaments, and the santas!! I will continue to visit! Happy Stitching!

6:11 AM  
Blogger Carol said...

Very pretty Anita!

10:22 PM  
Blogger bunnyhead5000 said...

Very Pretty!

8:30 AM  
Blogger Kitty said...

很漂亮!! Wonder if you could see Chinese characters here!

Thank you so much for explaining the "one over one stitching" to me! Actually I did 2 pieces of one over one stitching work before! (I thought that's the only way to stitch on a 28 count fabric back to then..)
I love the delicate look of one over one stitching, but it takes too much time (for me) to finish one!

Very Well Done Anita!!!

7:37 AM  

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