Tuesday, September 19, 2006

My Needleroll Exchange


I received my needleroll from my exchange partner, Cari. Its exquisite and the stitching she did is wonderful. She said the needleroll pattern is from Au Fil des Reves, and the fabric she used is Lakeside Linen's Renaissance Red.

With the needleroll, Cari included a lovely kit called Anemone Scissor Pouch by Sue Hawkins. This is done on 18 ct canvas, which I haven't used before and I'm excited to work on this.

Thank you so much, Cari, I absolutely love the Needleroll and the kit you sent along!!!

13 comments:

KarenV said...

What a beautiful needleroll - Cari did a great job!

Isabelle said...

That's a great exchange! Beautiful needleroll and that kit seems great! :)

Alberta said...

Love the needleroll, those stitches are awesome...but what does it do? Is it a large attractive pin cushion?

Love your blog! Thanks for letting me pop in!

Sue said...

I love the needleroll. The fabbie is a great color.

Let's hope the frogs stay away from both of us for a while :)

Stitch or no stitch said...

Such beautiful gifts Wendy. I love the color of the needleroll. You'll have so much fun making the beautiful scissor holders.
Margaret

Concetta said...

The needleroll is beautiful! I'm also enjoying your progress on the BC Snappers - that looks like SUCH a fun project!!

Mylene said...

That's a beautiful needleroll WEndy.

Nicki said...

That's a beautiful needleroll! And those Sue Hawkins kits are lovely. I have one - just need to get round to doing it!

Sharon said...

Oh Wendy that is gorgeous. Lucky You. I love needlerolls, that color especially is sooo beautiful. Enjoy your gifts!! :)

Sharon
http://sharonstitches.blogspot.com/

AnneS said...

What a beautiful needleroll from Cari - she did a wonderful job :) And the SH kit looks fantastic too ... I've been drooling over these at my LNS for a while, but haven't plucked up the courage to buy one yet. Look forward to seeing yours stitched :D

Cindy said...

That is such a beautiful needleroll!

Annemarie said...

Ooh, very nice. Such yummy colours!

Carol said...

Hi Wendy - pretty needleroll :-) The fabric I am using for Paradigm Lost is Silkweaver's Purely Primitive from their classic linens line, it is 40 ct. The silk is actually Konini by Vikki Clayton and is both dark blue and purple/violet... yes, they do work well together :-)