Monday, January 20, 2014

Be joyful...

 My newest embroidery.
It was such fun to do with a variety of stitches and colors.
The pattern is from Nana Company.  There is also a companion blog post that was most helpful.  I kept it beside me as I stitched for reference.

I think it would be fun to make another one with a completely different color scheme even though I really like this one.

Be joyful!

19 comments:

  1. WOW! It's gorgeous, Jody! You are an excellent needlewoman.

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  2. Very pretty Jody! I love everything Amy does -- she has such an eye for beautiful stitchery!

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  3. So beautiful, Jody! I love the cursive, esp. the capitals. Lovely!

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  4. Wow, it's SO beautiful! I love it! :) xxx (great message too) xx

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  5. A lovely embroidered piece to hang on the wall with a favourite scripture. Thank you for the link. I would love to do more embroidery if my eyesight would allow it. I think I will take up a half-finished piece I've started to work on and try and slowly finish it.

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  6. This is beautiful, Jody! I really love the colors (and the sentiment). Well done, you!

    xofrances

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  7. It's absolutely beautiful!!!!......wish I could
    embroider!
    Corinne

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  8. Oh my goodness! This is so beautiful Jody! I love the texture and the colors. I'm going to zip on over to Nana Co. right now.

    Joyce

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  9. Words to live by. Just beautiful.

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  10. So beautiful! I love it and all the texture it has. You are a gifted stitcher, Jody.

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  11. I absolutely love it! It has a cheerful joyful sense of style with the colors, script and even that great ribbon that holds it! What a fun project for a cold winter's day.
    Ruth in NC

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  12. Beautiful! That was one of my favorites from Nana co.

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  13. That is beautiful!! I love it. You definitely have time to sit indoors to work on it. Who wants to be out in this wind.

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  14. A work of art - and plenty to meditate on as you were working. You've made a family heirloom, to be sure.

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  15. So lovely, Jody. The words and the stitching, both. :-)

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  16. Ohh Jody, I really love this and you did such a beautiful job xox Clarice

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