Monday, 5 October 2015

Slow Sunday Stitching

i went to the NOTY quilt show yesterday with a friend. There was a lovely display af quilts. Made by hand and machine, quilted by each person and also professionally. Lovely fabrics and designs.
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SUNDAY.
My Sunday was spent finishing off a special MAGIC NEEDLE CASE.
I am still sewing on the beads. The X stitch was done linking up with 
Well here is what I have done 







And I think this qualifies for 


EDITED...
This needlecase has had a lot of interest.
My pattern is a very old hand written one from a class I did years ago.
Here is a you tube link for a tutorial making something similar.
It shows the basic idea and you adapt it to any size.
I used ric rac or ribbon instead of elastic, added felt for the needles to go in. I stitched the edges with glove stitch using embroidery floss and then I added a round of beads to bling it up.
HAVE FUN WITH IT.. 




17 comments:

  1. Wow that is soooo gorgeous, love the colour and the stitchery. You really do great work Jo.x

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    1. Your needlecase is just gorgeous Jo

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  2. Very pretty and elegant. Love the tree cross stitch on the front.

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  3. Very nice! I have been bumbling along by placing my needles in a piece of batting to carry around with me. I think I need to make a needle case.

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  4. I love how you finished off that needle case. I am going to have to consider making something like that some time soon.

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  5. These are great ,we made them for the guild boutique ,yours is very pretty Jo xx

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  6. Such a sweet needlecase. I love the fact that the tree has love and peace on its branches!

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  7. Such a sweet needlecase. I love the fact that the tree has love and peace on its branches!

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  8. Lovely needlecase. Love the bead trimming. I've added this to my Projects to try board on Pinterest.

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  9. Your needle case is lovely, Jo.

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  10. I have one of those and they are indeed magic. Love the ric rac.

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  11. What a beautiful project...the beading edge is amazing!

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  12. What a beauty. Great stitching

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  13. Jo! THIS is why I love Tuesday Archives...as I missed this post! LOL!! Wow..this is a special needle book with wonderful stitching!! I love the beds and use of rik rac!

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  14. Such a beautiful and fun needle book.

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