Friday, February 6, 2009

Punch needle finished


I am still working on punch needle and these are the three that I have done. All the Christmas designs were 40%off so that is why I am working on so many that have a Christmas theme. I am thinking about adding sheep to my living room so you will be seeing many designs with sheep too.
My daughters finger is still giving her a lot of pain and I want to think all you for your wonderful comments!! She has been sick for much of the winter and this seems to have been the icing on the cake.
The girls have roller skating today so I am off to the good will and the thrift store. I am hoping to find some wool and frames for my punch needle. But when you go there it is like a treasure hunt...you never know what you will find. If I find anything good I will be sure to let you know. Blessings

10 comments:

Burns Square's "Avenida de Colores" said...

Wow, these are really great...just happened upon them when I clicked next blog...my blog is avenidadecolores.blogspot.com regarding a chalk festival...do you sell them too? denisekowal@mac.com

Linda said...

Punch needle is something I have not tried. The items look great. Ilove anything with sheep. Linda

BittersweetPunkin said...

I love your punch needle projects...very nice!

I love sheep too....I am going to try to get a jump on crafts soon too...
Hugs,
Robin

Linda said...

Hi Dianntha The pearl heart was purchased at a unique store 10mins from my country home. When you see things there, you shop, because a day later they are gone. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Linda

This Country Girl said...

You're so right, Dianntha! You never know what you'll find. I hope you came home with some treasures!

I love your needle punches. I do love sheep too. Tell me how hard needle punch is....I think I'd like to try that sometime.

Have a great weekend!
Tammy

Olde Tyme Marketplace said...

Dianntha!
Hello and thanks for popping in for a visit! Your punch needle is great! You should go and check out this other blog www.citylifetocountrywife.blogspot.com for some great punch needle stuff. She designs her own patterns and she's from Ohio just like us!!
Enjoy!
Beth

Terry said...

I really like those Dianntha, especially the first sheep.
I hope your daughters finger starts feeling better real soon.
I need to make a trip to my thrift shop. I haven't been since before Christmas.
Hope you find your frames.
Terry

jdeere1 said...

Your punchneedle is awesome! I love to punchneedle! I just started last year and have started designing my own! Come on over to my blog and take a peak! http://gardengatepunchneedlepatterns.blogspot.com/
I am from Northeastern Ohio!
--Kelly

Farm Field Primitives said...

I love your punch needle projects. I have only done one and would like to do more.

My hubby thought I was crazy too for wanting to paint the cupboards. The only way it happened was because we had to have new doors made, and the thought of trying to get stain to match was too much to think about. So we went with the paint.

My daughter shut her pinkie in the truck door at Christmas. Luckily, she only has a black nail. I hope yours is feeling better soon.

~~Melissa

Primitives By The Light of The Moon said...

Great punches you have. I love to do punchneedle it's just so much fun and you can make it into so many things!
:)Ginger