Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Another Wool Project

 This is the project I started a few days ago...but I just have not been that happy with it...so I thought about changing it to this...
Then I am thinking of this....but still unsure. For now I am stitching the pedals into place and I am going to cut new stems. I jut think they could be a little longer. I wanted to add some red but I don't want it to have a Christmas look. I just want it to hang in my living room...happily.  I will keep you updated on that.
 I just finished another project.  This one I saw a-on the Pam Garrison site and I knew I would have to have one for myself. I have not added any berries as of yet but I am thinking of making another one but it will be more glamorous with spray adhesive and tons of glitter...a more vintage look...
 The garland is very long but my doorways are wide and my fireplace is long so I just kept cutting...but for now I am going to work with my flower pattern and try to finish it without any more struggles. I am starting to use more off white in my decor and for the winter it is making me very happy.
  It is cold and snowy here, a great day to stay inside...so I am off to do a few chores and then stitching!! Be blessed

7 comments:

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

It is going to be pretty!
Stay warm & safe!
Teresa

Linda said...

Pretty projects to be working on when it's so cold and snowy.....I love the penny pieces you and dd made...hugs, Linda

Penelope's Beehive said...

Deary me...you have lovely projects to keep your fingers busy whilst the snow falls out-of-doors. I shall look forward to seeing the finished goodes...they will be perfect surely!

Warmly...Judy

Jennifer Rizzo said...

I love that garland. its so wintery and cheerful!

Storybook Woods said...

I saw this garland and thought it was stunning. Your is perfect xoxoox Clarice

Gumbo Lily said...

Lots of "pretty" going on here. It'll be fun to see the final result.

Jody

Gettysburg Homestead said...

I really like the buttons on your wool piece. Nothing like doing inside projects when it's cold here in Ohio.

Mary