I've stitched on the Gnome button today and now my No # 5 "Sunday Stitchers"Challenge is DONE....
Hi Maria oh i love your needlecase,i made one of these for Chez and bought the extra button to make myself one ,but i havent as yet,lol.I love your paper dolls and well done with the shields and boy your bread sure looks nice,well done on all your beautiful work my friend ,stay safe and take care xx
You're being very productive and I hope you're enjoying some sunny days and that lovely loaf of bread. Xx
Hello Maria. That loaf of bread looks mouth watering! I started making bread when the stores were empty at the start of Covid. It did not last very long. I love eating it too much.THe paper doll quilt is adorable! I love watching you post new blocks as they are completed. Also, your little sewing kit is so quaint with so many details in it. It is so much work!
What a delightful 'set' of finished projects you have done there--of course those paper dolls are just sooooo cute!!!And it is always 'fun' to have to decide what new project to work on--even if it means picking up one in progress to work on or finish--or you can jump down the rabbit hole and start something 'new'!!!luv, di
Look at you go, Maria! So productive! The gnome needle case is so sweet and your other finishes are lovely. Is that rye bread? It looks yummy!
you're on a roll! and a delicious loaf of bread too. you really can do it all!
If you want something done ask a busy person....how true. So much achieved in the sewing room and a loaf of bread made as well. Gorgeous needle case.
Haven't you been busy! Guess those paper dolls take a reasonably amount of time to prepare and stitch? They are wonderful, happy looking little blocks.
Once again you've been very busy in your cave... well done.And I'll be over for some of the yummy looking bread...xox
gorgeous little needlecase with your gnome.... and lots more done... hmmm... nothing like home baked bread... just thinking aobut it is making me hungry!!Hugz
Well done on the finish for the needlecase, it looks wonderful. Just love your Paper Dolls they are are super cute. Wow, shields all done and delivered, well done, I bet the bread smelt great while it was cooking!
The needlecase is lovely! The Paper Dolls quilt will be a treasure for some young person, so much to see in every doll you made. Home made bread is one of the good things caused by the Covid.
I like your Gnome stitchery, so sweet :-)I bet the bread is delicious, I need to make some today as well, so much nicer than shop bought.xx
The needle book is lovely Maria - well done. Nice work on your other projects too. xx
Very cute needlecase Maria. You have achieved lots. That bread looks delish!
You have been so productive, Maria. Your stitchery is so cute and those dolls are just adorable. Good job on the girl’s shields too. The bread looks delicious and I’ll bet it smelled heavenly.
Hi Maria, was going to comment yesterday and didn't as I have been trying to understand the new blogger so I could post...Still have more to learn!!!All the creative projects that you pictured are wonderful and thank you for sharing. Love the paper dolls where did you find the pattern to make them? I am starting to work up some littke house blocks for a small quilt and like to incorperate some paper dolls blocks with them. Also, your bread..what kind is it? Looks yummy and sure it is all gone now!❤ oh and your needle case "perfect" storing necessary notions for all your projects! Thanks for sharing!Hug's, Carolyn
That gnome needle case if wonderful and the paper dolls are sew very cute. Great progress.
What a great list of achievements, your dolls are gorgeous, and that bread looks delish
Your needle case looks great, Maria. So do your dolls. I love the girl in aqua. xx
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