Wednesday, January 28, 2009

One More SEW Pretty Valentine


I had one more of these ladies I stamped on my scrap paper, but couldn't find another needlecase with red foil paper. But I did find some small felt hearts and a tattered little measuring tape printed in red on one side. Eureka! I just had to post the result. I threaded one of the needles with a little red thread and voila!
Now go make some sewing notion Valentines and send them to your stitching friends. They will be so touched by your thoughtfulness.

10 comments:

Erica said...

"sew" cute. Sorry I couldn't resist. You could also use your tape measure and say something like Valentine you really measure up. Ok I am done being corny. Your valentines are beautiful. Love them. Are you sure I can't tempt you to teach a class at one of the other branches?

Linda said...

Yes....SEW cute! And I got MINE today. I love it. You are SEW sweet! You could also say I don't want to needle you, but won't you be my valentine?

Bella McBride said...

Oh, I just love it! And of course it's in my absolute favourite colour, PINK! Anybody would be thrilled to receive such a beautiful valentine!

Anna said...

you and linda are making me sew craving the needle and thread! I brought out an old embroidery pattern .. went to Joanne's and bought off white linen...(I plan to tea dye after I stitch it). and so the story goes!! I think it will be good for my soul.....

Margaret said...

Love the addition of the tape measure, will second Erica on her comment!! v. funny. Now about this cigar box you're working on, how big is it? can I order stuff I see on your blog? tee hee...

Cindy Ericsson said...

Maybe you need an Etsy shop...

Lorrie said...

It's adorable. And I think I'll be making something along these lines (stitching lines - ha)

Lorrie

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

wonderful!

Molly's Mellow Moments said...

What a lady with talent! - Be still my beating heart!
Thank you for your visit, I will pop back to see you again.
-Molly

Jeanie said...

How beautiful! Since I don't sew, all my sewing notions are in a drawer I seldom visit. Maybe I should rethink that!