Stitched by paper_pal
I'm really loving the stitching on this, especially that lovely linen and the great colors she chose... bravo paper_pal!
Mollie is killing me with cuteness with this groundhog Ipod case / cozy. She has a tutorial on her blog, showing how she made this adorable creature: See the tutorial!
Eep! Thanks, Mollie!
Please forgive me as I always tend to be late to the party on these things, but I didn't want to neglect to mention a wonderful Etsy store (you probably already know about), Craft Hope for Haiti. I clicked over to their site to read more about them and I was once again inspired and floored by the power of the internet. I know that people worldwide have been moved by the tragedy in Haiti, but the idea that 2 moms, working from home could raise over 20,000 dollars for Haiti in a matter of days, in an Etsy store, just amazes me. To me, it speaks to the amazing generosity and kindness of the crafting world.
Please take a look at their store and use your crafty dollars to help those in Haiti that are hurting.
I just love the amazing variety of lines, colors, and textures on this. I'm also really impressed when people embroider anything freehand on Aida cloth - for some reason I find the large weave intimidating for freehand work... Bravo, Lisa!
Hi, I'm Pam - I've been a moderator for the Needlework boards on Craftster since 2004 and you can also see me in the Craftster Quickies video series.
I am a lover of all things vintage but I particularly have a fondness for vintage embroidery patterns, which I collect every chance I can get!
Isn't this a great idea? I'm also loving these embroidered boots, too. I see lots of sad winter boots when I'm riding the subway this frigid winter, and a little pop of color like this would make me really happy. Bravo Veronica! :)
Have you embroidered your boots? Be sure to add a picture in the Embroidery pool!
Anyone else feel like an elephant after all the holiday eating? Well, maybe embroidering this cute little guy will help take your mind off the 10 workouts you have planned... Stitched from a free pattern by Quack the Wooleyduck.
Get the free pattern here!