October 16, 2008

house free embroidery pattern

Hello everybody!

I have to tell you that I have been terribly sick again. This cold just does not want to go away! These last days I could not even speak, I lost my voice and I was feeling really ill (nausea and everything). I had a lot of stamps to finish and ship and this is the first time I felt with not energy to make stamps, so I had to force myself to take a rest and that is what I did yesterday afternoon.

But because I am an obsessive and compulsive crafter I just could not let go, and my embroidery basket (which has been abandoned by my TV chair) kept "looking" at me in a persuasive way and I could not resist grabbing the basket and seeing what was inside. Well, needles to say, I started (and finish!) a little embroidery design, I even drew the pattern to share it with you. Hope you like it, you can see that the colors that I chose are kind of dull and not very happy, but I guess it was because I was not feeling well.



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22 comments:

Muddlepud said...

Well, I'd consider embroidery resting. Your basket was just trying to help. ;)

I quite like this piece, and I don;t think the colors are dull--just autumnal.

My 1st Bambina ! said...

Thanks sooo much for sharing this lovely pattern !!!
You did great with the colors, actually when I 1st saw it on your flickr, for some reason it gave me a sweet tooth ;-) !
Thanks Again,... hope you are feeling better !

Treasuresofjoy said...

I am so starting this ASAP Thanks, love it!

Ashlee said...

Ummm....this is what you made when you were sick?! You are amazing! Thanks for the pattern; it's super cute.

Patty said...

It's so cute! Thanks for sharing it and I hope you feel better soon!

fillyjonk said...

I think it's so cute! It reminds me of that "little house" from the children's book - where the little cottage starts out in a field all by itself, then a big city builds up all around it, and finally it is put on a truck and moved back to a quiet peaceful field all by itself (one of my favorite books when I was a kid).

Mette said...

I hope you feel better....!? Poor you. Thank you for sharing the patterne. Have a great weekend, Magda. Hugs, Mette

Jodie said...

Beautiful - You are so generous.

Norma said...

Oh I love this so much. Thank you very much!! I've been racking my brain for something to make for a friend, for Christmas, and this is perfect. Her house looks just like this and these are her colors. She's going to love it!! Thank you again~

Katy said...

The pattern is adorable. Thanks so much for sharing! And feel better soon!

mangosteenskin said...

i hope u get well soon!

the pattern is super cute!

Leah said...

This is such a cute pattern! I'm going to link to it on my blog if you don't mind! :)

London Mummy said...

That is so cute Magda, thanks very much for sharing the pattern. Hope you feel better soon :)

Jennifer DeDonato said...

This is so sweet! Great job

Leah said...

Hello, I love your blog! Hope that you feel much better soon!

Mary Corbet said...

Cute! This would be a great little project for kids, too. And the scallops around the edges would be perfect for buttonhole wheels!

Else M Tennessen said...

This is a very sweet design. It would make a nice housewarming gift on a towel or wallhanging! :)

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