This is the final in the ornament series (and I'm sure you're glad!)...
For better pictures you can visit the designer HERE.
- THIS artist does really interesting work!
- Although THIS is technically touting a book, there's a project that's quite intriguing and also an interesting article about the technique.
- THIS is a really pretty scarf design that could easily be changed up to make a blanket.
- I've never been a huge fan of shawls because they want to fall off but I think THIS design might just have a lot more 'stayputability' (and yes that's a word in MY dictionary!!).
- Have a peek through the galleries of THIS amazing artist! (thanks to Mary Ann of My Tate Gallery for the heads up on this one)
Today's quote is from Susan Sarandon..."I look forward to being older, when what you look like becomes less and less an issue and what you are is the point"
I've loved seeing your ornaments progressions...they are so pretty...Rain, damp and actually cold here today--this week is supposed to see much lower temps...good inside day...Hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Yes, good days to be inside for sure!Delete
These ornaments are totally amazing. Love them all!!ReplyDelete
They were fun to make Sue - hopefully the grandies will like them.Delete
Very nice! The links are all rabbit holes. lol. Now I want to decorate a sweat shirt, sew a doll, and try cross stitching. lolReplyDelete
My middle name is 'Enabler' didn't you know!!Delete
Nice to follow your step by step with the ornaments. They're lovely.ReplyDelete
I'm glad they're done because they seemed to take forever.Delete
Mary Ann, these are just too cute!!!ReplyDelete
Sherry of createology: Your needlepoint ornaments are amazing dear. I would hope that after the Littles enjoy that at Holiday Christmas that these are put away for safe keeping to be enjoyed each year. I adore Arly’s dolls that are so full of character and magical whimsy. I also really like the Crazy Quilt Hearts. Great quote and this is where I am in my journey of life. I do hope you are having a lovely Autumn. P.S. How is Resident Chef after his tumble?ReplyDelete
I think their parents will make sure the ornaments are put away for future Christmases. I will tell them that they aren't toys but you never know.Delete
Resident Chef is motoring much better today. Took back his kitchen so I think he's on the mend.
I love seeing the ornament sets you are crafting. They are always so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Wonderful that Resident Chef is doing so much better.
Yes, I'm glad Resident Chef is doing better too - he's taking back the cooking!Delete
Love this final ornament Mary Anne, you have done brilliantly getting these all finished in plenty of time! Hugs Christine xxReplyDelete
Thank you Christine! I'm happy that they're done.Delete
Hi Mary Anne, Love that shawl, and such pretty colours too! Don’t thin’ id try knitting it ….. I know I’d never finish it 😆ReplyDelete
Barbara (The Flashing Scissors) xx
I'm with you - I doubt I'd finish it either, but it IS a nice pattern.Delete
These ornaments are magical :)ReplyDelete
Thank you! I'm hoping the grandies think so too.Delete
Hi Mary Anne! It's Olena from Livingontherainbow. You finished the Christmas village so good! I love them all!ReplyDelete
Thank you Olena - I love your designs and had so much fun creating them for our grandies (and the Nutcracker for our daughters-in-law and the chefs for our son). Thank you SO much for your lovely comments!!!Delete