Friday, June 25, 2010

The Winner(s) Of The Giveaway

Good morning my dear readers!
It's time to name the winner, rather winners of my Cheerful Daisies giveaway.
But first I want to thank everyone who is the follower of my blog and who entered the giveaway. I was pleased to get to know new stitchers and it was interesting to visit your blogs.
I guess you are eager to learn the result.
Well, I put 41 names in the List Randomizer ( those of you who fulfilled three requirements got three entries and those who did not - got two entries). And the winners are:
1. Mylene
2. Patty
3. Jules.
   Ladies I need your addresses, please. You can find my e-mail in Profile.
Besides, two more ladies from the list will get RAK from me. One package is already on the way to its new home, let it be a little surprise for her.
Patti, your comment is so touching that I just can't leave you without a little prize - I need your address too.
Let's hope the rest of my dear readers are lucky next time. :-)
Happy stitching to everyone!

Monday, June 14, 2010

Redwork Scissor Pocket And More

Firstly, I'd like to thank those of you who comes to my blog and leaves comments, they all are so precious for me. Secondly, my mother is feeling better , a little bit better but it is so good to have some good news from her - thank you very much for your good wishes.
I have been very busy lately: we were preparing for our wedding anniversary and I have started some renovation of my stitching room - I got tired of looking at the same things from day to day and want some changes. And one more piece of good news - my son is getting married in a few days, I spoke with him yesterday, he sounds very happy.
I have been working hard on the stitching front too. Look what I have prepared for you.
 I continued working on Redwork collection and made 3 more designs .
Here is Redwork Scissor Pocket, front and back:
 Then goes Redwork Scissor Fob:
 And the third item is Redwork Altoids Top:
I set myself the task to make the designs look lacy, I hope I have reached the goal.
   If you are interested in buying any of my designs, please contact me. My e-mail is in my Profile.
I also made some more designs in  Cheerful Daisies. Today I am presenting Cheerful Pink Daisies. I stitched the pattern one over one and decided to finish it into a box:
I am very happy with the result: the box turned out rather cute.
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I also want to ask you what is the color of  your cheerful daisies or what flower is cheerful for you.
There have happened so many good events in my life lately that we need to be celebrate them. There is nothing  better in the Blogland than a giveaway. So I'd like to invite you to take part in my giveaway. The winner will get Cheerful Daisies in her/his favorite color stitched and finished by me, and some more stitching goodies.
Does this sound good to you? Let's have fun!
     In order to participate in this giveaway you must:
1. be the follower of my blog,
2. tell about this giveaway on your blog,
3. leave a comment after this post.
The giveaway will be closed at 12:00 CT, June 24 and the winner will be announced shortly after that.
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  Oh I almost forgot about my SALs.
Here is my TUSAL box, it's growing!
I enjoyed working on my Christmas SAL piece and even thought to stop other projects and to finish it. But my husband told me (again!) how much he would like to have a picture of a windmill. And I really stopped everything and started a windmill for my husband. It would have been great to finish the picture for our anniversary but no way: I had too little time at my disposal and  besides the windmill design which I have is not exactly what my husband wants.
As you can see the original is very feminine, I am very sorry but I have to delete these pretty flowers, though I might leave some. But I was asked to make the windmill more prominent.
I will leave you with some more pictures that I took in the Rose center, enjoy them.
Happy stitching to everyone!