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Thursday, March 3, 2011

WIP,Tusal and Cannoli

Made some progress on Fresh from the Garden. I like it and hopefully, it will be done and in the needle book soon. It's a quick and easy stitch.
My jar full of bits of floss. I haven't added as much as other months. Oh, well.

These are the cannolli that I made for my stitching group tonight. They were okay. I have alittle tweaking to do on them.
I have had some questions about the March header. I did this design around 8-10 years ago. It's done over one and the size is 1 1/4 inch square. Really really tiny. I believe it came as a kit with the little button and frame. I think that it was from Olde Colonial Designs. (I could be wrong about the designer. I no longer have the pattern) It is my favorite St. Patrick's design.
Just a quick post tonight. Until next time....Happy Stitching Deborah

31 comments:

Catherine said...

Great progress!! And those cannolli look great!

Kate said...

Lovely progress on your LHN Garden.

Brigitte said...

Nice progress on that great project.

Christine said...

Great progress on the LHN

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely progress on your LHN.

Sylvia said...

It all looks good - the stitching and the food.

Vinniey said...

Beautiful progress on Fresh from the Garden. Very nice, Deborah. And the food looks delicious too. :)

Patty C. said...

I have that LHN but I haven't started mine yet - Glad to hear it is quick & easy :)

Annie said...

The LHN piece is looking great. But the cannollis are making my mouth water!

Carol said...

What a beautiful start, Deborah! And, oh, those cannolis look wonderful--I've only had them once and that was when we visited Boston two years ago. I can still taste them :)

Margaret said...

Nice WIP! I'm impressed that you know how to make cannoli! Wow -- they look so good! I was admiring your header pic as well -- it's so cute!

staci said...

Very sweet stitching...but those cannolis have me drooling!!!

Sally said...

Lovely progress :) Looking forward to seeing it all finished up!

Melissa said...

LHN Garden looks great! MMMM Cannoli's. Haven't had those since we left NYC.

Laurie in Iowa said...

Those cannoli look delish! Your WIP is coming along nicely.

Pumpkin said...

Okay, you should have had a disclaimer at the head of this post Deborah! I'm just drooling over your quick and beautiful stitching as well as those yummy looking cannolli ;o)

BrendaS said...

Fresh from the Garden looks great. You will have it done in no time:))))

Have a great weekend.

Bekca said...

I haven't seen that LHN pattern before, I can't wait to see it finished :) Hope you have a lovely weekend!

Kathy A. said...

Lots of threads there. Those cannolli look decidedly yummy. Lucky stitchers.

Janice Boucher said...

Nice progress on the LHN. Those cannolis look delish. I'll bet the girls really enjoyed them.

Myra said...

I wanna come to your stitch group! LOL Great start and your ort jar is filling up. Love the piece in your header - I can see why it would be a favorite.

Beth said...

Both your WIP and your Cannoli look beautiful! Great job at posting your TUSAL!

Melanie said...

Yum, yum and YUM!

Elaine said...

Your wip is beautiful Deborah look forward to more up-dates.
The Cannoli look so yummy!

Daffycat said...

An awesome ORT report!

You enabler you. That LHN chart made it's way into my cart...

DonnaTN said...

Nice progress on your new LHN and the cannolli look yummy!

Suzanne said...

Nice work on you LHN piece. I love cannoli and every few months we take an hour drive just to buy them. Yours look so yummy, I'm coming to afternoon tea! :)

Lynn said...

Great progress on FFTG! Those cannoli are giving me cravings. It's been a long time since I've had any.

Mary said...

Great progress on the new project! The cannoli look so yummy!

Siobhan said...

Lovely progress on your new project! The cannoli--yumm!

Wendy said...

I'm late to reading this post, but I'm kind of glad or I would have spent the last zillion days eating umpteen cannolis! YUM!

The chart in your header is actually from Twisted Threads and Ruth Sparrow. But that is an Olde Colonial frame. And you did a great job..easy to see why it's your favorite!!! =)