Thursday, November 07, 2013

Ever Blessed Stitch Along Finish

I finished my version of Ever Blessed! I decided to turn mine into a needle roll. I made it pretty simple, by backing it with a single piece of reproduction cotton. Nothing fancy, just a little invisible hand stitching around the edges, and a long piece of wool whip-stitched to the inside. Oh, and a strip of wool to wrap around and keep it all closed.
How about you? Are you working on yours? I'd love to see your progress photos!

If you're new to this blog, its not too late to join. You still have most of the month to finish if you want it done by Thanksgiving. Click here to be redirected to the Ever Blessed Stitch Along page for rules, the free chart, and pictures of our progress so far.

9 comments:

Nan ~ Threadwork Primitives said...

This is beautiful and I really, really love the colors. Perfect Fall stitching companion.
~Nan

linda said...

That is really a very nice piece! Love the colors and simplicity.

cucki said...

Aww it's so cute..I love it
Hugs x

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Thank you for the gorgeous chart! i'm a late starter but hope to begin stitching this any day now on grey linen. Will definatitely post a picture when it is finished.

Robin said...

I need to snap its picture; I put the last of the stitches in before October ended. I really like how you finished yours, Beth! Plus I love your colors!

Robin in Virginia

Lauralee @ The Eclectic Stitcher said...
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Lauralee @ The Eclectic Stitcher said...

Lovely pattern ~ I hope to find a few moments here and there to stitch it myself. I love looking at the different finishes on the page you set up.

Lauralee >^.^<

Dede said...

Love the pattern. I hope I can finish mine up this weekend. I will make a needle roll too! Wonderful little pattern! I think I may do it again but change it a bit for a Christmas one--a tee and a star perhaps...with Christmas colors.

A Primitive Homestead said...

I am amazed at your stitching. I have seen quite a few in the background of your photos you have added to your posts. I hope to some day stitch as beautifully as you. I have tried my hand at cross stitching this new year but there is much I need to learn.