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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

Thursday, February 01, 2007

2 more biscornu

I looked through my Shepherd's Bush designs and stitched these two. I motified the colors on the pillow flock one and I used buttons on the center of the biscornu. I am going to move onto some Valentine stitching or some French designs in this month.

An Elizabethan needle cushion chart:

Pillow Flock chart:


Blogger Vonna said...

Absolutely beautiful Anita! Those biscornu are just inspired! I love them both! The button used for the 1st biscornu is beautiful...I love how it is cut :)

12:33 PM  
Blogger Senorita Stitches said...

oooh, I agree. That beautiful button gives it an elegant touch. Very pretty! The sheepies are darling too. I can't wait to see what you stitch this month.

1:14 PM  
Blogger Carla said...

Beautiful!! Love the sheepies :)

1:18 PM  
Blogger Chelle said...

Great work, Anita! The first one is gorgeous and the second one couldn't be cuter. I love them both!

2:43 PM  
Blogger Lelia said...

Wow Anita, your biscornu stitching is awesome!!! Excellent : )

3:05 PM  
Blogger BeckySC said...

Oh, I love them both! GREAT work, Anita :)

4:09 PM  
Blogger Cathy said...

These are beautiful Anita!

7:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Both of your biscornus are beautiful. Such nice stitching and finishing.

8:14 PM  
Anonymous monique said...

Very pretty! I love the colors you used :)

8:34 PM  
Blogger Carol said...

I am really impressed by your two new biscornu. The SB designs really did lend themselves well. The buttom the Elizabethan one is also just gorgeous!

12:14 AM  
Anonymous angi said...

they are so delicate and elegant: wonderful jpb!!

12:24 AM  
Anonymous Chrissie said...

Oh WOW Anita, you have really perfected these. I love both of them and your finishing is spot on.

2:26 AM  
Blogger S said...

Your stitching is amazing!!! Love the button you picked for the elizabethan one. And those little sheep are too cute!!

8:16 AM  
Blogger Eclecticmk - Margie said...

Those are so cute! Perfect charts for those little pillows.

9:03 AM  
Anonymous Claudia said...

Hi Anita and thanks so much for your kind words about my works!!! I'm Claudia and you visited my blog...
Now I've visited your blog, and I found many wonderful JUst Nan and SB masterpieces! You too have precious hands!!!
The piece at the very top: do you mean the needlecase? It's the Queen of the Needle Needlecase by Just Nan! It was a special exclusive design made for The Silver Needle shop... I've stitched it with soooo much fun!!! Special stitches, wonderful silks... and very easy instructions about how to finish it!
Ciao from Italy!

11:41 AM  
Blogger bunnyhead said...

Oh wow! What beautiful biscornus!

6:22 AM  
Blogger Shell said...

you have done a great job, the little pudgie sheep look so cute.

2:40 PM  
Blogger lena-lou said...

Both are gorgeous and the button on the first one is beautiful :-)

4:54 PM  
Blogger Annemarie said...

Ah, these are truly lovely, Anita. Such neat stitching!

7:14 AM  
Blogger Goldie said...

Anita, those turned out beautifully! Love the sheep!

8:18 AM  
Blogger Susimac said...

I adore these Anita - I can't decide which of the 2 is my favourite they are both so lovely.

10:24 AM  
Blogger Wendy said...

Anita, your finishing is stunning! You do such lovely work, its very inspiring.

5:21 PM  
Blogger Sharon said...

Your biscornu's are so beautiful and your stitching is so lovely. They are just wonderful.

10:27 AM  
Anonymous Monique said...

I looked at your gallery and I notice that you do not put the names of the French creators? is this prohibits in your country. J'aime beaucoup vos broderies.

8:09 AM  
Anonymous NorseArcher said...

hi, your work is beautiful and your tutorials are very clear! where can i find the pattern for the alphabet emery strawberry at the top of your page? thanks! NorseArcher at yahoo dot com.

11:54 AM  

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