Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Butterfly Stitching

I've been working on my Butterfly stitchery from the Giggle Club the last few days. I love how it looks so far.
Sonya used pink, blue green and purple for her butterfly. I was lucky to have variegated hand dyed thread from Desert Sky Quilting in those colors. The outside line of the butterfly wing was green. The thread I had was a green and purple variegated. It worked great against the purple satin stitched dots.
I may work on the rest of the project tomorrow. I work the closing shift so I have the morning off. I plan to spend some time sewing unless there's too much snow and I have to shovel in the morning.

What are you up to these days?
Sweet P


paula, the quilter said...

What a lovely stitchery! Can't wait to see it finished.

Paula said...

Look at all the Paula's around here!
Very pretty butterfly. I love your satin-stitch polka-dots. My satin stitches always turn out looking horrible!
I finished a couple of quilt blocks today and almost finished a market bag and haven't prepared any more handwork yet, so here I sit this evening with no project. Weird. Don't think I like it ~

Deb said...

Your butterfly is looking fabulous. Those threads really lift things.

Owens Family Adventures said...

That looks wonderful!!
I'm working on a new block of the month. I went into our local quilt shop the other day and was looking at a quilt they had on the wall. One of the ladies who work there walked up and told me it was a block of the month they were working on. I signed right up!!
I love working on hand work at night while the family is home. :)

Anonymous said...

Butterflies always are so cheery as this one is. I'm still working away on my projects, the siggy blocks and stuff.

Teresa said...

The butterfly is beautiful!

DebMc said...

Great butterfly--and it's purple, too! Hand stitching is almost like meditating...very long I don't mess up. lol

I'm finishing up an 'imagination' quilt for our niece's new baby. The quilt is for having teddy bear tea parties, picnics, and for spreading under a tree and reading. Dragging around everywhere. I'm almost done with hand stitching the bindings.

dawnkristine said...

Great job on the butterfly!