Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Work in Progress Wednesday - Cross Stitch and Redwork

I've continued working on the house and I think it is looking better all the time.



I pulled out this redwork piece that I started last year with the stitch group and worked on it a bit more.



I found these two little flower blocks when I was looking for something else and I'm thinking about making them into something.  I made them in a class at the Paducah Quilt show about twenty years ago, but I can't remember what the original project was.  These two orphans didn't have any additional fabrics or instructions with them.  Maybe I'll have something to show in the future with them.



11 comments:

Sheryl said...

Hi Pamela wow love your stitched house it is looking awesome,love your red work and wow those flower blocks are amazing,well done my friend xx

Denise :) said...

Oh! Your ruched flowers on your two orphan blocks are wonderful! Your house looks great -- I especially love the detail of the flower garland around the door! :)

Manuela said...

So many works in progress. I like the house very much.
Your two block are so wonderful.

Mia said...

Lovely works in progress, Pamela. The house already looks beautiful and the red girls seems lovely. As for your quilt blocks, they are FABULOUS!!!!!!!! Maybe you should make them cushions for your living room sofa. Hugs, my friend.

Beth in IL said...

Like seeing what you are stitching. Be interesting to see what you do with your quilt blocks

Jeanie said...

I love these, Pamela, and I especially love that they are all different styles. I appreciate your diversity!

Cathy said...

You're right--your house is looking better all the time and your redwork piece is looking cute.

MartinaM said...

The house looks very pretty with its flower tendril. I also like the redwork motif.

Queeniepatch said...

it is amazing that you have all these UFOs that you started in the States and brought all the way to Japan. Those flowers will love finding a home on a quilt, cushion, bag or ornament!

Julie said...

The redwork is lovely.

Leonore Winterer said...

The house is looking great, but I especially love the greens on that tree! Great find with those flower blocks, I'm sure you'll be able to make something pretty with them :)