Saturday, January 26, 2013

Stitchy Kits: The First Finishes of 2013

It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do. –Moliere

I've had my two Stitchy Kits finished since Monday, but haven't had a chance to post pictures of the finished project. I'm really excited about how they turned out. I absolutely love all the rainbow-y-ness.

This little kit by Lori Holt is the cleverest little thing for keeping all your hand sewing supplies in one place {click here for pattern}. You can lay it over the arm of a chair or couch while you stitch at home or take it with you when you take a project somewhere to work on. There are two Stitchy Kits here, shown at the top left. The components of a single kit are show across the bottom and up the right side in the photos above. One is for me and the other was for my birthday/blog-a-versary giveaway earlier this month and is on it's way to Martina in Switzerland.

I used Indie by Pat Bravo for this fun project and love how the fabrics worked together. I've got another little project in mind for this great fabric line.

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My 2013 Finishes


Inch Worm Fabrics said...

I love the fabric you used and they turned out so nice. What a clever project.

Martina said...

Oh everything turned out so lovely!!!! And I am so excited to be able to see it in reality soon.
Have a wonderful sunday
Hugs Martina

Barb said...

Love the fabrics.... looks like you are going to have an amazing year!

Deanna said...

Great finishes! Your embroidery detail is the perfect final touch.

Richard Healey said...

Those look just fantastic. I love the pretty colors in that cant wait for mine to show up.

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Lori Holt said...

Oh how I love seeing my patterns done up in all kinds of colors and fabrics!!!
This line is so cute and worked out nicely in the stitchy kit...thanks for the email're a sweetie:)

Jennifer Lovell said...

Wow, those fabric combinations are a dream come true for me. I'm SOOOOOO picky about what goes together and what doesn't, but I LOVE these creations. Great job!