Thursday, February 10, 2011

Humble Home!

I feel very priviliged to have Sally Giblin send me one of her patterns 'Humble Home' from her new pattern range.



The little verse reads...Be it ever so humble...There's no place like home
Such a beautiful design to stitch and sew, my only dilemma was which fabrics to use!
Very pleased with my new cushion, and it will have pride of place in my new sewing room (if it's ever finished...Lol!)

Bye For Now

Lisa
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18 comments:

Sally Giblin said...

WOW !!! Looks fantastic..... love the colours and your stitching is really stunning.

Sweet Cinnamon Stitches said...

You have been a busy beaver today!
Looks gorgeous!
Jane.

Penny said...

Love it! Lovely colours.

Tatkis said...

Oh, it's too sweet and beautiful!
I just love it :)

Best wishes,
Tatyana

Shirley said...

What a lovely project to be sent and to do. You do it so well. Crack the whip with that sewing room.
Love Shirley.x

Sheila said...

I love it , wow that is so pretty and your choice of fabrics is perfect !

Varga Györgyi said...

This pillow looks gorgeous! Excellent work.

Chookyblue...... said...

looks great Lisa........must trace one of mine off........

Sheila said...

It looks great and you chose the PERFECT fabrics for the pillow :)

Isabella said...

Another very nice project Lisa I love what you have done in matching up the fabrics very nice

Maree: said...

Gorgeous Cushion...Love the Fabrics.
cheers

De said...

Beautiful design and beautiful stitching

Jo in TAS said...

You chose your colours well! Beautiful cushion

Leanne said...

the cushion is beautiful, I have made a few of Sally's projects and they are so nice to do.

Christine said...

Beautiful. Love the fabrics and the stitching.

Susan In Texas said...

Oh, that's beautiful! All I did today was inventory blankets and take pictures of them. Stitching would have been much more fun.

Happy quilting,
Susan in Texas

ranette said...

Amazing stitching and fabrics. Gorgeous!

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Ooo I love this pattern too. Love Sally's patterns but haven't managed to have one for myself yet.