Happy & Hardanger

Hello my crafty friends, thank you for once again visiting me.  Today I have four cards and some stitching to share with you.  Firstly this is a card I made for my friend Linda, she had an operation on her wrist recently and has been in a lot of pain.13 Get well card for Linda

Now for the Happy in my post title.  I got home from shopping a week or so ago and found a little package through my door.  It was a lovely surprise “happy post” from my friend Pat.  She sent me these lovely toppers and some pretty embellishments for my card making.     20 Toppers and embellishment bits from Pat Page,. Feb 2018I could not wait to play and here are the first three cards I made with them.  I actually made 4 but one of them is for someone who reads my blog on a regular basis so I cannot share that with you yet.

The hardanger is the next bit I have done on my little Hardanger SAL piece.  I took the plunge and decided I would go with the multi thread and I chose a Dragon Pearls perle #8  in a shade called Fairy Footprints.  Having done all the eyelets with it I think I have enough left to do the stars in the corner so please keep your fingers crossed for me as I do not think I can get this thread anymore.DSCF6810Its the SAL Sunday this week so I shall see you then with what little I have stitched on the Garden Alphabet since the last time it was seen.

Hope you are all well and hugs to all those who need one

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About stitchingranny

I am one of those people who need to have busy hands so whether its stitching or papercrafting, I am always doing something. I also love being in the garden, though hubby does most of the work there these days.
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3 Responses to Happy & Hardanger

  1. kathyreeves says:

    Love the cards and seeing your hardanger progress!

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  2. Great projects Helen, I especially love the glamorous lady in her black hat. Your hardanger is looking beautiful too. Looking forward to seeing everyone’s progress in the SAL 🙂

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