Thursday, June 9, 2011

Finished & Just in Time!

Permit Me Not to Stray
Heartstring Samplery
32ct belfast linen-Vintage Countrycream
Called for GAST threads (mostly)

I just finished today and not a moment too soon!  Please click on for a close-up because this one is soooo darling! 

The new mystery sampler is still calling my name to come back and visit it, but....
tomorrow morning, bright and early, I am off to the Ballard area of Seattle to start a two-day class with Debbie Stiehler called Timeless Tomato.  Check it out below--


Don't worry!  I'll keep you updated!  Have a great weekend!

14 comments:

mdgtjulie said...

Grats on the finish. Your tomato will be lovely, I'm sure.

Christine said...

What a great finish, I love the way the flowers tower over them, they make me think of triffids!
That tomato is fabulous, looking forward to seeing yours

Alice said...

Beautiful finish! That looks like a wonderful class, I hope you have a ball!

Giovanna said...

Congratulations, this is a wonderful finish!
And the tomato looks simply gorgeous, have a great time at the class!

Chris said...

Beautiful finish!
Have a great time at your class. The piece is looks great.

Agata said...

sampler looks great, love the border :) great job :)
class project looks great, enjoy!

Nancy said...

Wonderful finish! Have fun at the class!

Laurie in Iowa said...

Congrats on your finish. The class project looks fabulous.

KarenV said...

Gorgeous finish, congratulations!

RuthB said...

Congratulations on the fine finish. I hope your class proves to be as fun as the tomato is beautiful! You know we'll all be waiting for news of your adventure with baited keyboards. :)

Pointed Stitcher said...

I love your finish ;)

Colorado Stitcher said...

I just love Debbie's stuff and she is a great teacher too. I hope you had a good time! I would love to have taken the tomato class.

Siobhan said...

Beautiful finish!! Woohoo! I love that tomato, too.

Suzanne said...

What a beautiful finish, this is a really lovely sampler.

What a great project, I hope it's lots of fun.