Brown/Blue Spotty

11 April 2014

Picture Post - Well Mainly

Firstly my Needlecraft Haven Spring Exchange from Ursh ~ pictured with the lovely card and wrapping paper it arrived with.
I love these Four Seasons Exchanges and I have now signed up for the Summer round.

Next is the pin cushion I received from Bev in the Friendly Stitchers Group Stitchers Day Exchange.  This gorgeous Blackbird Designs pattern has been on my to do pile for such a long time ~ as I'm sure that my lovely friend Carol will attest to.
This piece is backed with a lovely purple felt.

 This is the piece I stitched for Bev in the FS exchange.  It's Sister Stitcher from The Primitive Hare.  I changed up the colours to those I had in my stash and it's stitched on 32ct linen ~ colour unknown.
And this is the reverse side.

I have thoroughly enjoyed taking part in these exchanges and would like to thank my partners Ursh & Bev for the lovely pieces that they have sent to me.  I have a growing collection of pieces stitched by online friends from around the world and they are all very special.

Roll on the next exchanges.




cucki said...

Beautiful exchange gifts
I love the pin cushion so much
Big hugs x

Vickie said...

Each piece is truly pretty. What great exchanges.

Anne said...

Very beautiful exchange pieces. I adore them all!!


Gillie said...

Just beautiful, all of it. Love Bev's piece. I stitched the same piece for Frances as you did!

Mii Stitch said...

Beautiful pieces!

Mii Stitch said...

Beautiful pieces!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

These are so beautiful. I don't do exchanges but I do have a small collection of goodies made for me when I have won giveaways. Homemade prizes are the best!

After chocolate prizes...

Julie said...

Great stitching by you all, lovely exchanges.

Barb said...

Hi Kate, Lovely exchange pieces and I too have signed up for summer. I agree to have things stitched by people of like minds is a blessing. Hope you have a good week.

Caitlin @ Naughts Cross Stitches said...

Gorgeous stitching