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Tuesday, 7 January 2014

little treasures


The first new and FINISHED project of the year, a needlebook.
I needed to get back to my stitching, I have missed it so. I needed to make something small, easily finished in a few days. Yes, I have all those houses in the the Santa's Village series to stitch, but I wanted a break from them.
Then I remembered this small Pansy needlebook kit I bought from Sue Hawkins at the September fair in Exeter.


 I love the combination of colours and simple stitches in this project.








This little needlebook joints my other "little treasures", small projects, which can sometimes be more demanding and time consuming then large ones.




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23 comments:

  1. It´s absolutely wonderful and the colors are so beautiful!

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  2. lovely colour and pattern .. some times its the small projects that give us the most problems .. but you seem OK with this one x

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  3. lovely colour and pattern .. some times its the small projects that give us the most problems .. but you seem OK with this one x

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  4. Sometimes it is so nice to finish something small. It frees your mind up to go to the more complicated projects. And, oh by the way, it's terribly cute!

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  5. what a beauty, I am a big Sue Hawkins fan she is a wonderful designer and always spend time on her stands when at the shows.

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  6. Love the new thing you have sewn.
    Hugs Gudrun

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  7. Love the bright colour combination. I agree, small things can be very time consuming and fiddly-- but I love small things.

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  8. Isn't great to get back to some stitching?!! I love those warm colours.

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  9. How lovely, and what gorgeous colours! Thanks so much for stopping by Adventures in Thread and your kind comments Radka, it's much appreciated.x

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  10. A lovely project and you are not wrong that small can sometimes be very fiddly. Happy New Year.

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  11. Jehelníček je krásný, líbí se mi barvy i výšivka. Unešená jsem také z toho domečku na bavlnky, to je tak roztomile vtipný nápad.
    Chci ti také, Radko, popřát v novém roce hodně pohodových dnů, spoustu času pro koníčky a také mnoho tvořivých nápadů a inspirace. A těším se, až to tady budu moci obdivovat.

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  12. Beautiful Radka. Those colours are sure to warm up any cold old winter. Very vibrant. It is fun to work small sometimes, you have done well. Dianne.

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  13. Very beautiful, fabulous colours!

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  14. Thank you for reading my blog. Welcome from a fellow Gemini. Lovely stitching.

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  15. The needle book is just lovely. I also love the color palette of this project.

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  16. Hello Radka, Yes it is very satisfying working on a small project for a change. Lovely and bright needle case .Pretty collection of small projects.

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  17. What a lovely needlecase Radka!
    Thank you so very much for popping by my blog, and leaving such a kind message. I hope that you shall stop in again soon.
    Warmly,
    Judy

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  18. A gorgeous needlecase! Beautifully stitched and the colours are so rich and wonderful. Very nicely finished too.

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  19. This job is magnific, beautiful colors, uniqueeeeeeeeee

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  20. little treasures, literally. opravdu malé poklady!

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