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Saturday, May 22, 2010

~ PIN PILLOW FOR PAMELA ~

Hi friends!  This was a freebie motif which made for a sweet and prim pin pillow.  It all came together so beautifully and easily, I just adore it.  Being a lover of all things prim and folky, it was a bit hard, but not that hard, to bid it farewell.  Have been wanting to incorporate a wee wool pin patch into a project, so this was a fine candidate.  When coffee dying it's a good idea to add some white jute, so if you decide to make a small like this the hanger will resemble the coffee dyed fabby.  Another surprise, I actually remembered to do this!   Seriously, linen is divine, but I could happily forever stitch on Osnaburg, anyone else out there like it?

This surprise sweetie is on the way to Pamela's home (no blog) who beads and might find a place for it ~ hmmmmmm, maybe hanging in her cherry kitchen or off her oh-so-delish spool chest:)
Pamela's Pin Pillow
Designer ~ Primitive Stitchin/Shelly Auen (freebie)
Osnaburg ~ coffee dyed by me 
DMC floss ~ one strand over two
Poly stuffed ~ Coffee dyed jute hanger
  
Thx for sharing this moment and plz have a great weekend everyone!
Tootles, Sue

16 comments:

  1. What a precious gift this is, Sue! Well done!

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  2. Hi, Pamela's Pin Keep looked like linen to my eye...where do you purchase Osnaburg; it looks great and what a nice gift:)

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  3. Wow! I just love this piece! I bet Pamela does too! What a sweet gift!

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  4. What a lovely pattern, and how I love that lil' safety pin on there!

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  5. This is such a charming finish. You do fabulous works!

    Smiles,

    Betty

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  6. Hi friends, poppin to hopefully find >>>GailinVirgina<<<, sorry I can't find your contact info for my reply to you.

    Will you plz email me If you're still interested in where to find Osnaburg fabric?

    Thx, Sue

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  7. I don't know if I've ever used Osnaburg fabric before it sure does look purty! :)

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  8. What a nice giftie - whereever she decides to adore it! Great job!!

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  9. Hi, Sue! Your pin pillows are darling! I too love prim designs! This is my first visit to your lovely blog, found you thru your SN post, it certainly won't be my last!

    Sharyn :-)
    www.skeinbyskein.blogspot.com

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  10. That's all what I love!I enjoy your blog.Love.Couson

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  11. What a sweet finish! Your friend will love it.

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  12. That is a wonderful Pin Pillow. Pamela is going to just love it.

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  13. Well done on a lovely finish, Sue.

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  14. love the pin pillow !!!! Pamela is a lucky friend. Happy stitching, Nancy

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  15. What a gorgeous pin pollow! I bet Pamela will be very happy to have it.
    I never heard about Osnaburg.
    Hugs and have a nice weekend,
    Margit

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  16. I love it! Your touches make it so special and that back! I never think to do anything on the back and your vertical design is so unique. I have to remember this. Yeah, right. That'll happen.

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