Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Summer Thyme Block

I have been working on a little embroidery when ever I get the chance.  My Mom always used to tell me that I always seemed to have something in my hands that I was either working on or reading.  I rarely watch a television program or movie without a project to work on.  This is my latest embroidery, block two of a four block project.  Summer Thyme Block from the Winter All Year Long series from PEACE CREEK COLLECTIONS.

Summer Thyme Block
 
Here is a picture of Spring Thyme Block
and Summer Thyme Block
Click here to see Spring Thyme Block up close and another project from Peace Creek Collections.
I am looking forward to the next two blocks and then seeing what it will look like all put together.  Thank you Linda at Prairie Flower Farm for offering this pattern.

11 comments:

  1. I always think I would like to embroider but I never have the patience. I like it on a sewing machine though. Thanks for sharing your latest work. Also, I just saw your blog listed on Where Bloggers Create. You are winning some great things lately.

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  2. Stopping by for the first time. I recently joined the Bloggerette Sorority and wanted to meet some of the 'sisters'.

    My blog door is always open for new friends. Drop by, help yourself to some tea and cookies and meet my 6 dogs.

    God bless.

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  3. Those are darling, the snowmen are soo cute. Thanks for stopping by my cottage, you have a sweet blog, I'm glad to have found you.

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  4. VERY cute!! I love embroidery and collect my fair share of it. I've even tried it...and decided I'm better off admiring the work of others. Love the snowman in summer! How cute is that?!
    Patricia :o)

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  5. Thanks for following my blog, I am also following yours! I so admire anyone that do hand sewing like you do! I am stricktly a machine girl and even then often the machine and I do not get along well. I made a baby quilt for my daughter once and it is terrible workmanship but I wouldn't take a million dollars for it because I actually did it and completed it!! Oh how lovely it would be to look out my window and see a snowman right now! :)
    Smiles~ Kim

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  6. Okay, I should check my spelling and english before I post...hmmm , I meant to say "does hand sewing like you.... have a lovely day!

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  8. That's a good way to be Sherry. What's the old saying "idle hands are the devil's tools.."

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  9. Sherry this sewing is really lovely!

    Thank you for coming by sweet friend. It's nice to meet you!

    Blessings, ~Melissa :)

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  10. Hi Sherry,, what a sweet little pattern.. I noticed the Snow Man.. makes me think "I need to get started on Christmas"....ug!
    You do very nice stitches...
    Thanks for your visit to my blog today and your nice comments on the Baby Cross stitch.. I love to do needlework... also.. my daughter asked me to make her #3rd boy a quilt for his big boy bed to be.. I made them for the first two and #3 wants one with 'his name on it too"! So time to quilt..haha
    Have a great week!
    Sandy
    thewondersofdoing@blogspot.com

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