March 20, 2011

Patterns: Winding Wool

Winding Wool by June at Noon

I think my heart stopped for a second when I saw this one, isn't it beautiful? I love June at Noon's choice of two different colours for each girl's hair and the directional satin stitching. And of course I love the ball of wool and how it winds over the girl's arms. Oh and the appliqued tops to! I could gush for ages! But I'll stop now and say that this actual piece of work is available as a mini-quilt here or if you want to stitch your own embroidery of this pattern, you can buy that here.

19 comments:

  1. Hi! I just found your blog on Friday and am now hooked on the idea of taking up embroidery again. I haven't done it for about 10 years so I am kind of amazed by all the fabulous work going on at the moment. Thanks for linking to the Juneatnoon shop, I just bought her will you pattern & can't wait to get started!

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  2. What a fantastic piece of work!
    I love to follow your blog. Seeing al these works from different embroiderers out there gives me so much inspiration. Great job!

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  3. Incredible! So cute - thanks for sharing :)

    Much love,
    Kim

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  4. What a beautiful needlework! ♥

    I'm learning to embroider by following tutorials on Internet and I've just posted my last needlework. :)

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  5. Aha, this explains the increased interest in my patterns! Thanks so much for the feature!

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  6. this is adorable! just so cute.

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  7. I ran across that last week...same reaction :)

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  8. Oh I just love this! I love the idea of winding wool while hanging upside down!!!
    Kate x

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  9. Oh. my. GOODNESS! Love it more than cupcakes!!!!!

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  10. How sweet is that?! Love it! Thanks for pointing out all the precious details!

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  11. Fantastic!!!
    I just can use a word in portuguese (sorry dont know it in english...): estupendo!!!!!
    :-D

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  12. Absolutley adorable!!! Cutest design ever!! Thanks for sharing! xoxo Beth

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  13. It's a fascinating art piece.
    Jody

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  14. Fantastic! I love this design so much! Thank you for sharing.

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  15. I really love this! Wonderful pattern!

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