Sunday, December 26, 2010

French knots and whatknots



It is still wet and chilly here in the Islands.
So I did some handwork, when I could see in the dark studio.
Not complaining, the rest of the country is suffering worse weather than here.
Just french knots and some straight stitches make this hydrangea page for a garden journal I am creating.

12 comments:

Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

Oh my goodness - these are beautiful, Lilla! Hope you had a wonderful day yesterday! ;)

Liszha said...

So gorgeous!

Rhonda said...

Swooning over these gorgeous journals, they are devine!

Healing Woman said...

They are both so soft looking-each with a completely different feel. Your work is beautiful.

suziqu's thread works said...

Lilla these pages have such a romantic feel to them with their softness and flowers - Just gorgeous work! And Thank You so much for your beautiful gift. This is this the first time I have won a Giveaway. May be I can return the gift to you sometime!
Hugs, Suzy

Createology said...

Your handstitching is just wonderful. This garden journal page is so beautiful and the cover with it's flower is amazing. Happy "dry" week ahead...

P.S. I am thrilled to be receiving one of your adorable little ticking birds. Thank you so very much.

Wickedly Divine Creations said...

Absolutely beautiful

The English Romantic said...

Hi Lilla,
Your stitched projects are so lovely. I had to stitch myself yesterday, it keeps us all happy working with a needle.
Enjoy your day.
Angela.

Sandie's Patch said...

Absolutley beautiful work again Lilla!
Thank you for sharing, it's brightened my day!

Sandie xx

ARLENE said...

Just found your blog, Lilla, and I love it. I also love Hawaii, which I've visited 13 or 14 times. How I wish I were there now instead of in cold and snowy New York. I'm a novice at CQ and SRE, but have been quilting for many years.

Lottie said...

As always your work takes my breath away - wonderful

Bluebell said...

Hello Lilla, I justfound your blog and you have some beautiful things I will call again.
Jill