Monday, 7 September 2009

My Needle Roll and a Green Tomato.....

In between
 my bears
I am
new wool
It has
a bit
of pink,
a poem,
a little 
doll that needs hair
and clothes.
There's a
velvet bean,
not sure for what?
I just love making
my bird has
a velvet
I made a giant green
for pins!!!


Charlene said...

I LOVE your needle roll. But, also that velvet tomatoe. I would love to learn to do some of that sort of thing. Your last post gave me an idea for a post... I found some of my unframed cross stitched things. I should share that. Soon. In the meantime... have a wonderful Labor Day my friend.

silvia said...

it's so cute!!! a good Labor Day to you ^_^

Riet said...

What a lovely idea. Have a nice day.

Lisa said...

I love both of these! You are really on a roll! Hope you are having a great week!
Hugs, Lisa

Andrea said... amaze me!
Blessings, andrea

LiLi M. said...

How cool is this?! You told me your bear is traveling light, well he is soo welcome here, that doesn't matter at all. I will tell you as soon as he arrives here, hopefully safe and sound. And I want you to know that I have won more prizes, but never did so many people congratulate me, even a bit envious, than this time! Compliments to you of course! Enjoy!

"bear's house" said...

Hello my dear!!!

How are you?


Have a nice WEEK! KISSES, NI from Italy

Anonymous said...

That is amazing work. Don't know that term needle roll. Maybe I can read some of your other posts, since I just met up with you.

Deb said...

Your needleroll is so sweet! And love the velvet tomato too. Very cute ideas!

Lori said...

your needle roll is the sweetest thing!!! i love all of the elements you incorporated...the little doll esp, she is an unexpected surprise...very cute idea!!!

Diane said...

I think they're both beautiful but I just adore your little green tomato. It just looks so perky. Hope you're feeling much better.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Margaret,

I love your needle roll and it is so beautiful with all the lovely things.
I adore the green velvet heart, which is such a lovely colour.
You are so talented.

Enjoy your week

Maison Douce said...

Thank you so much, Margaret, for your good wishes for Clara, I truly appreciate it!!! Your work is incredible, love, love, love that needle roll!!

Kathy said...

Cutest needle roll I have ever laid eyes on...You are a talented cookie girl, love your sweet blog, xoxo~Kathy @
Sweet Up-North Morningsa...

Cathy said...

Margaret, these are absolutely beautiful! I love the colors and the textures. You do beautiful stitching!

Cathy ♥

Casa Cuori Colori said...

Oh! I love it: it's so pretty!!

Candy said...

Everything is just lovely!

Are you as excited as I am about the weather here? Here in Edmonton (I love on the southwest side of the city) its overcast right now but its cool weather----YAY!!!! :) Im so happy about it! :)


Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Well aren't you clever?! Love this and you did a fantastic job!!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

You know me...I LOVE the acorns - and pincushions! Beautiful needle roll and green tomato! Are they your own designs? For sale? Please do tell!

Also, in answer to your question...
"Frogging" is any time you have to unstitch...(ie. ripit, ripit)...knitting, crocheting or sewing. I know, it's a little lame, but a lot of us use it in this neck of the woods. ;-)


Brynwood Needleworks said...

Thanks for the notes about the patterns. I'd love something "acorn" by your hand!
Email me through my "click here to email me" envelope on the left sidebar of my blog and I'll send you my address! We could do a swap just between the two of us! Tell me what you'd like from me. ;-) (one of the Birds Nest Button Jars, perhaps?)

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

That's very interesting and very cool. I have never heard of a needle roll. I learned something new today. :) xo

Michelle (Shell) May said...

A velvet raspberry??? How cool is that!
bunny hugs,

Lynn said...

This is beautiful, and I just love your pumpkin pincushion :)