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Sunday, September 4, 2016

there ready!

A few new pieces!
In time for the Dallas Market!
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This "PEACE"
has been in my stash of designs for awhile.
Originally a special request, now available for all.
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This was my original, made into
a computer bag for moi!
The tie dye may be different on
yours but the special
Peace Sign stitch I did will be the same.
The guide has peace throughout!
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Love this bag!!
Mid Century Sophisticated!
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How I do this ...
not sure if others follow
a similar path but
this works for me when
a piece is stitch painted.
MOST of mine are ...
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I needed a Christmas Purse!
Maybe YOU do too!
I call this my
"Mod Ornament Purse"
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Stitched and beaded,
Kumihimo strap made ...
I just need to find that perfect fabric.
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Just a few beads!

8 comments:

  1. Your PEACE sign is totally awesome, love, love, love it!!!

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    1. LOVE love love that you love it! 😍
      Me too!

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  2. Kimberly, all pieces are beautiful! What type of threads did you use for the purse?

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    1. Hi Andra!
      What I prefer to use is Vineyard Merino Wool. It wears like iron, even use it for my pups collars that get a lot of hard use. I do like to throw in a shiny silk but not if it's along any edges. The Christmas bag I used several silks, Vineyard Classic mainly. I won't carry that for very long :)
      Hope all is well with you!
      k

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  3. I meant threads for Midcentury Modern Purse πŸ˜‰

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    1. Andra, I don't. I can put a list together this coming weekend while I'm at The Black Sheep. I'll message you via FB when I have it for you.

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  4. LUV the Christmas purse! I never thought of making myself a purse for different holidays. What a great idea...
    Carolyn
    http://www.stitchopedia.com
    Stitchopedia…An encyclopedia of needlepoint stitches…

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Have a great day,
Kimberly