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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Scarves and Stitching

     First of all! Thank you to all my new followers for visiting and deciding to follow me! I am really enjoying hearing from so many new friends and I too have started following more blogs.  "Grow Your Blog" has really led me to so many neat ladies.  I do see that some of my followers didn't leave any information about their blogs, and when I go to message them, I'm receiving a message that tells me I have to join the site.  Hello......I am a member.  So if indeed you are a new follower of mine, I haven't gotten back to you because I'm unable to.  Maybe if you send me an email at MissLindaLee@ec.rr.com we can keep in touch that way. Please give it a try as all of you are important to me.

     I finished two more scarves.  I don't think I've posted a picture of either, but if I have, forgive me please.  I am really enjoying doing these up.  So many beautiful color combinations, and you know how I love color!


The one on the right is so much prettier in person.  Yellows and beige's.  The color is called, Sea Oats.  I love it.

     I've been stitching on the wedding gift for my son.  Wedding is in May so this should be done in plenty of time.  So far I have 26 and a half hours into it and I'm enjoying the stitch.  Yes! I do keep the time on my stitched pieces.  Only for me, and often, when I give a stitched piece away I'll write on the back of the frame how many hours of love went into the piece.  Here's what I have done so far.


     Keep in mind that I'm thinking about and will indeed have a spring giveaway.  I'll let you know soon all about it, and until then, just think spring and springy things.  This will be a fun one for me to get things together.  I love the springtime!

     Will let you all my dear friends and followers go this time around.  Remember that if you're a new follower, forward your email address to me and let me know who you are so I can get to know you.  Until next time, stay safe and warm and last but not least, remember to "feel the colors".

24 comments:

  1. Love the scarves! I made four for Christmas presents last year and they were super easy to make but the recipients thought they had taken weeks to make! What a fab wedding gift your stitching will make...beautiful design.

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    1. Well thank you Rhona. I was just thinking about the wedding gift last night, and when you come right down to it, the only place I think it would be hung is in a master bedroom. That's okay though. I love working on it.

      Yes these scarves can fool those who don't do this type of work for sure. They're so easy and quick.

      You have a wonderful day Rhona.

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  2. Hello

    Your scarves are lovely and your stithing is great!

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    1. Well thank you Meg and thank you also for stopping in. Have a blessed day girl.

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  3. Aren't those scarves fun to stitch up. I received a ruffled scarf for Christmas which got me curious as to how they are made. I have since purchased several balls of yarn in various colours.

    Your wedding gift looks great.

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    1. Yes they certainly are fun Loretta and what great gifts they do make. I love all the colors. Thanks for stopping by Loretta.

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  4. Love the scarves they are beautiful

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  5. Thank you so much Bernice. I was over to your blog and your stitching is gorgeous. Have a wonderful day and thank you for stopping by.

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  6. The scarves are really neat, but I especially love the "Good Marriage" wip. I have 2 daughters getting married in the next couple of years, and am thinking this would be perfect for both of them!

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    1. Hi Kay and thank you so much for stopping in. With two daughters getting married within the next two year, I think I can help you out. As soon as I'm finished with the chart, it's yours! What do you think? You just let me know. Come back soon. Do you have a blog also Kay?

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  7. Your scarves are pretty!

    A good Marriage is coming along nicely!

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  8. Well thank you Dani. I'll be traveling over to your blog for a visit. So glad you stopped in.

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  9. Love the blue scarf, I currently have one on the needles as I type :)

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    1. They're so much fun to do up and neat to see the colors start to come together. Love them. Thank you for stopping by Vicky.

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  10. Love your scarves. The colors are lovely.

    I can knit, but I no longer do cross stitch. My fingers just cramp up too quickly.

    I look forward to seeing more of your projects.

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    1. I found that if I used the Qsnaps that my hands would cramp also. I use just a hoop now. Thanks for coming by. Have a wonderful week.

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  11. I love the scarves and your marriage piece is coming along nicely.

    I sure wish I could crochet (or knit?) b/c I really love the scarves.

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    1. Rita~Could you email me please at MissLindaLee@ec.rr.com I need your email address and have. a question as well. Thanks

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  12. beautiful work
    follow me at mscreations27.blogspot.com
    love
    maria

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  13. The scarves are darling. They look very lightweight. Truly an accessory to toss on easy.

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  14. The scarves are so pretty! Lovely work. Nice progress on the sampler for your son, too!

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    1. Thank you Siobhan and thank you for stopping in. I just finished yet another scarf and will be posting it here. They're fun to make and just so many pretty colors.

      Come back soon.

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  15. I love color, too. And cross-stitching, though I usually stick with smaller projects now -- my patience and eyesight aren't what they used to be. :) I have an aunt and best friend who live in North Carolina. I'm from Mississippi and grew up in the South, but now I am far, far away in another land. :) Wishing you a wonderful weekend. Tammy

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  16. I like those scarves. I've been eyeing some similar "yarn" at the local yarn shop and just might give in one of these days. :-)

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