Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Noah's Ark

Last night I was home alone getting ready to watch "The Tenth Circle" and needed something to keep my hands busy.
I remembered seeing Lynette Anderson's cute Noah's Ark stitcheries all over blogland.

(Oops, I just noticed that I didn't put the little french knot centers in the purple flowers.)

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17 comments:

I AM said...

Oh I just LOVE it!!!!

(what did you think of the 10th circle?)

Jackie said...

Don't you just love this block of the month?! I am having such fun with it!!

Allison Fouse said...

I never would have noticed that the French knots were missing. It looks very sweet, and complete.

Bloom said...

Gorgeous stitching. I am so tempted to do these little Noah's Ark stitcheries, but I am trying to resist starting yet another project! I'd better catch up on my Dear Baby Jane blocks instead!

RobinE said...

So cute! I've been eying those stitcheries... the only thing holding me back is I don't know the first thing about embroidery. :P

nicolette said...

I love Lynette’s stitcheries. Your’s looks sweet.
I’m secretly working on them too... in blue.

Kathleen from Yesteryear Embroideries said...

How precious! You did a great work! Have yourself a wonderful holiday weekend! blessings, Kathleen

amandajean said...

so sweet. don't you love having a handstitching project? I sure do...that's why the binding projects never last long at my house.

Natasha said...

Oh that is sweet, you did a great job!

Kieny The Dutchlady said...

They look great Anina! Because they are all so little they are easy to do in between all the other projects.

Katie said...

Cute! I've been doing them too. :-)

Alice Grace said...

How sweet! I have downloaded all of them and printed them. I will get started right away! Thanks for showing these!

Chara Michele said...

That is so pretty!

Stacey said...

Ohhh...diggin the new header! :)

Hurrayic said...

Cute little bunnies. I like these better than the ones roaming free in my yard and slipping unnoticed (well, okay I see them) into my veggie garden!

sewstylish said...

They look so cute. I was cutting while watching the same movie I liked the book better how about you? The movie was good but if you read the book it was a hard act to follow.

prettywithribbons said...

adorable, even without your little french knots!
PS I love your blog header...