Thursday, December 06, 2012

A Little Project Bag

Hi friends

whew it's roasting here at the moment, and high humidity too, not very good for sitting still and stitching, trying to finish off the last few gifties, lol.

I started this little Jardin Prive design, Coeur de Brodeuse, way back in October I think it was, and it hasn't been picked up since!


So while I had my sewing machine out the other day I thought I'd make up a small project envelope type bag so that once the stitching is all finished I can attach it to it.  The perfect size for little stitching projects :)

Thanks for your visit x

11 comments:

Cathy B said...

It's perfect!

Elizabeth said...

I had to read your first paragraph twice and then check the date you wrote it. Horrible up here in Auckland. I unloaded half my groceries and had left the front door open all of a sudden it poured and I was stranded in the garage for about 15 minutes. Of course the rain was blowing towards the open front door of the house - thank goodness for tiles. Eventually I made it in - absolutely saturated. We are now having a bit of thunder, so dark I am going to have to switch on the lights so that I can stitch..
Love your project.

Charlie and Wendy said...

We are wet and humid here in Hamilton too. Love your cross stitch and the bag you made looks perfect for it.

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely project bag and wip. Its blinking freezing here would swap anyday.

StitchCat said...

Really quite muggy here today too in Upper Hutt, though it was also raining. That will be a sweet wee stitching project bag.

Chris said...

Lovely stitching and a wonderful project bag!!

Shirlee said...

Chris said it perfectly ... lovely stitching & a wonderful project bag : )

Sally said...

Your Jardin Prive looks beautiful and I love your project bag.

Solstitches said...

That's a great project pouch - love the polka dots.
The stitched piece is very pretty too.
Margaret

Lana said...

Beautiful! I love the colors in the design!

Lynn said...

It's so strange to hear about hot and humid weather in December. I'm so used to cold temperatures and snow although we haven't seen much of the white stuff yet.
Love your cross stitch and the little bag you've sewn for it!

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