donderdag 28 oktober 2010


Hi everyone, I'm back again. Dealing with healthproblems in my family I wasn't in the mood for blogging. In spite of everything I still stitched and want to share some pieces with you. So I hope to see you soon because I really appreciated your sweet comments.
A PS ornie was for the Christmas SWAP. It went to Lisa D. She loves snowmen and on the back I add a text in Dutch, which means Joyful Christmas. It would remind her that this one is coming from Holland.
A birthaday gift for my daughter. Now you know what she likes. The design is from Brittercup stitched on 36 count Zweigart linen

For the back I used a ribbon, which I bought in Paris. Joyeux Anniversaire, which means Happy birtday.

A gift for a friend, which has the courage to keep on learning the Dutch language. Design is from LK flip-it August. I change some of the colours.

From my friend Barbara I received a tiny, sweet ornie. I really love it. Thanks Barabara! The design is from Primitive Betty

At last a beautiful cushion I received from Jennifer for the round 5 BBD exchange. This lovely design is from the book Tokens of frienship.

9 opmerkingen:

  1. I love both your given and received presents -- beautiful all! Hope the family health problems have gotten better. I can totally understand not feeling like blogging during such times.

  2. Fabulous finishes. I especially love the one you did for your daughter. Adorable.

  3. So nice to see a blog post from you :) I've missed seeing your beautiful stitching! I hope your Daughter is feeling better soon and will keep you family in my thoughts and prayers :)

  4. Lovely gifts, both those sent and received.

  5. What beautiful finishes and gifts received!

  6. Good to hear from you again Conny. I hope things are looking up for you and your family, you are in my thoughts.
    My parcel to you went out this week so hopefully it shouldn't take too long to arrive.
    I love the pictures of the finishes, they are all soo lovely.
    LISA V

  7. Hey Conny, it sure is nice to see a blog post from you. I also enjoyed getting an email from you, although I am so sorry to hear of the continuing health problems in your family. I know how sad it must make you, and I worry about you getting over-tired from it all and becoming ill yourself. You take care, okay?

  8. Oh Conny, what absolutely beautiful gifts you stitched and finished. I love them all, particularly the book that you decorated with the L*K design. So creative.
    I also love the gifts that you received.