Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Little finishes

I finished up this little quaker freebie yesterday. It sat half done for far too long. It was going to be a biscornu originally, but in my laziness I used a tried-and-true finish ;) And because I was really lazy, I didn't stitch anything on the back either ;)

Quaker Time freebie
fabric: 28ct linen remnant
fiber: WDW, Deep Sea

And the stitching is finished on this Brightneedle piece. I think it's going to be a pinkeep when it grows up......I just need to search through my fabric stash, or maybe make a trip to my favorite quilt shop!

Mama Bird by Brightneedle,
Just Cross Stitch, April 2002
fabric: 32ct linen remnant
fibers: DMC alternative
Summertime seems the perfect season for quick little projects! Although there are some big ones that are calling my name, lol! Thanks for visiting and for all of your sweet comments......I'm a little behind in my blog reading but definately plan to get caught up soon! Happy stitching!!!

27 comments:

Carol said...

such pretty tags ;-)

Annie said...

All of you little finishes are so sweet. Feels good to have so many things done, doesn't it?

Shari said...

love em!!!
I can see I will be visiting your blog often!!!! I love how you put the freebie links in your posts!! So helpful for those of us who aren't so computer literate!! Thanks much!!!!

BeckySC said...

Staci, I love the BN finish and WOW, your latest tag is adorable :) LOVE IT!!!

I went shopping today for more tag supplies-I was able to buy several packs of eyelets, but still no colored rings-STAPLES only had silver...so I am still on a quest to find the colored ones :) I hope to try WM next and if they don't carry them-hopefully I can get to Office Depot next time I am out of town :)
I am totally addicted to these floss tags now and hope to work on one today :)
Thanks for your inspiration. I REALLY want to try one of the threadholder finishes that you have been using your F&S squares for-they are just adorable :)

((hugs))

Rima said...

You are fast! I wish I were that quick too. Beautiful projects, and love the colors.

karenv said...

What great finishes! I love the Mama bird one and the quaker freebie is perfect as a floss tag - fabulous!

xstitch.nl said...

The Quaker tag is beautiful and Tanya's freebies are so sweet. That's such a small Q-Snap!! Does that work better then stitching in hand? Would love to hear!!

Vonna said...

I love coming to your blog..its so soothing, lovely and INSPIRATIONAL!!!
Thanks for blogging!

Daffycat said...

Wonderful finishes! I couldn't stand it...yesterday I used my 40% off coupon at Hobby Lobby and bought an eyelet pliers & eyelets.

Barbara said...

Wow, that is such a run of fabulous finishes! Great job!!

Sandra Ree said...

Everything is beautiful as always, Staci! I love the way you present your work also! :)

Dani said...

I love the last finish with the Willow Tree Figurines :) Can't wait to see the fabric you decide to pair it with.

Angela said...

I really love your floss ring tags, they are always beautiful. You are such an inspiration to me, I am finally going to try one of these, wish me luck!

Crazee4books said...

Hi Staci,

As always its a blast to check
in on your blog and see all the
wonderful projects, big and small
that you've been working on lately.

The Good Morning and Good Night
squares from the Sampler Girl are
so pretty, and I love the thread
colour that you stitched them with.
Good choice.

Mama Bird turned out well also,
and again the thread colours
are perfect. This set is
adorable!

I am in love with Winter Symphony
which you featured, all framed
and looking wonderful, in your
post of June 16th. The blue
fabric and the darker colour in
the frame are perfect together.

Cheers!

Michele said...

woo hoo! More floss tags! I love them :) Good night/good morning will be adorable!

I soo need to try these rings .. maybe this weekend :)

Tanya said...

Staci!!
Here I am going through my blogreading for the evening and pop yours on the screen and my mouth drops open! I just posted those freebies yesterday. You stitch fast, girlie. So sweet done up - I look forward to your 'finishes' of them. How grand to see so fast. LOL

Tanya

Sharon said...

Will be pretty tags. I love the BN finish.

Carol R said...

Lovely tags Staci especially the Quaker one - thanks for the link to the pattern - I have to stitch this one!

Annemiek said...

They are great Staci and I just finished my first thread tag. Your tutorial really helped. Can't wait to make more over the summer.
Annemiek

Yuko said...

Hi Staci,
I love Quaker floss tag very much, and thanks for the link, I downloaded the chart!
I want to make a floss tag like yours, too!
It's so lovely!
Your works are always lovely and creative!

Elisa said...

lovely finishes :)

WendyJo said...

Staci I just love those floss tags!! Thanks for posting the quaker too...I just think I might stitch that quaker in red and make a first attempt at a floss tag mayself....also love your brightneedle....great stitching there!

Heather said...

You needle has been smokin. Congrats on all these great finishes

Olenka's Stitches said...

Your ring floss tags are so different but they all are so adorable.

Elaine said...

I just love reading your blog Staci and seeing all the wonderful finishes. You are such an inspiration and enabler..I just sent my daughter shopping today to try and find me an eyelit kit so I can attempt one of these adorable ring tags.

Hugs
Lainey

tkdchick said...

Wow! You had an amazing stitching day and got so much accomplished, Kudos!

Everything looks fantastic. I've got to try making a floss ring soon!

Kathy said...

Very nice stitching and finishes. I just love those floss tags you make. It still amazes me that I am a proud owner of one of them made by you.