Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Victorian Girl with Roses

This is not the worlds best picture but here it is. I did this victorian girl for a friend. I need to get it framed and to her. It is a pattern out of a book called Sweeter Than the Rose from Leisure Arts.

8 comments:

Glenna said...

Hi--I saw your comment on Vonna's site and followed you here! I love your photographs of the fall leaves (ours are still green, and we're so ready for fall, so your pictures made me feel it might finally be on its way) and of the lovely Victorian girl--so beautifully stitched.

xsquared said...

That is beautiful! Great job!

Kathleen Marie said...

I saw your name 'ozark crafter' and just had to stop by! I love crafts although I am not very talented. I crochet and do a few other things.

I love you site, love your work and love the pics of the gorgeous trees!

God Bless!

Pamela said...

Michelle, thanks so much for the e-mail. I am so awful at checking it. Thank you for your sweet comments. I am so glad we have met, I love your victorian girl, she will look great once you get her framed. Very pretty! :)

Kali said...

Hi Michelle ~ thanks for your comments over on my blog, I truly appreciate them. It's been lovely visiting you...I love your stitching...oh my so beautiful.
You have great photos too.
See you soon and take care,
Kali :)

Sharon said...

Hi Michelle, love all your finishes. They look great. I have been reading your blog, but having some trouble commenting as the comment section was taking a very long time to load.

Those Autumn pictures are awsome! And thank you for always stopping by to visit me.

Meari said...

It's beautiful!

Kitty said...

Wow, such a big and beautiful project!! Wonder how long it took you to finish it! I'm sure your friend will love it!!