Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Twisted Threads - Scissor Fob


Image hosted by Photobucket.comI managed to get the cord sewn on yesterday afternoon. I used Pea Coat & Onyx (Weeks Dye Works), + Black Crow (GAST) in the cording. Looks nice on my black Dovo scissors. I was itching for a happy dance / finish!
Image hosted by Photobucket.comThe tabletopper in the background is called Buzz My Grapes c.2000, designed by Claudia Dutcher of Dutch Treat Designs. I enjoy working on tabletoppers, especially when getting together with stitching gal pals. I am using DMC perle coton #5 fibers. This one is beautiful on a grey-lavender cloth -- close in color to DMC 3041. There will be BEE HIVES, too. Will get to the hive soon. So stay tuned.

I do not know anything about mail art. Our EGA chapter is going to have a workshop in May 2006. I'm looking forward to learn about this. When I looked on-line, I have found beautiful envelopes ; )

Margaret: About Mary Garry, I have my Milkpaint Sampler stitched & have the hemstitching completed. It is supposed to be a "fold" for skeins of silk. I have two scraps of linen (left over) which I want to stitch -- then will put it all together. At that time, I'll post some pictures. Mary Garry is a favorite of mine. I enjoy reading the stories & stitching the designs. After I get some of these WIPs out of the way, I want to devote more time to some of her charts.

Isabelle: The John Irving book is: Until I find You. It is really long (well, aren't most J.Irving novels lengthy) but I enjoy his books. This is a time line novel & begins when the main character is around 4 years old. Quite a book.

Grammy K (my Mom) will be here around 10:30 .... I am going to bake a cake & make a casserole. I think she will be 78 on her birthday (tomorrow). Wow. Means I will be 48 on my birthday in January. How scary is that?

6 comments:

Christine Doyle said...

How cute! I love it's classic look. Nice job!

Dawn said...

oooo...very pretty! You did a great job.

BeckySC said...

Oh, that's lovely GF!!! WOW, I love it!
Good job :)

Cathy said...

I think your cording looks fabulous. Nice finish!

Isabelle said...

Your cording is awesome - such subtle shades!

The table topper looks lovely too. Can't wait to see more of it.

Thanks for the info about Irving's book! I haven't read that one - the last one I read was Widow for a Year.

I agree about The JA Bookclub - it was ok but not brilliant (above all I didn't like the exclusively psychological treatment of Jane Austen's novels).

Barbara said...

That's a brilliant fob you've made. Absolutely a classic.

I'm also an Irving fan, though I haven't read this one yet...

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