Monday, October 25, 2010

A STITCHIN' TIME

Happy Monday! I don't know about you, but we had a glorious Fall weekend here with beautiful blue skies and perfect temperatures. I hope your week is off to a good start.

For the needlework enthusiast or those looking ahead for holiday gifts, here is my "Suzani Settee" available as a needlepoint canvas now from Art Needlepoint. The original painting is also still for sale here.

19 comments:

A Flair for Vintage Decor said...

We did too...and it got quite warm in Nashville yesterday! Love the Suzani Settee! Take care, Caroline

Ideezine said...

Anne,

Needlepoint is a great meditative art. It's hard to find the time and yet harder to put down once you start a piece to complete. Love the look and appreciate the art form.

Bette

Jo said...

You always blow me away with your talents. I can't even paint by number without making mistakes.

Have a great week ~
Jo

Christy said...

It's so pretty Anne! Love the chair pattern and the background color!

Henley on the Horn said...

Wow! You are so talented!

lisaroyhandbags said...

so pretty and a lovely gift idea! Glad you were blessed with a beautiful weekend - we were too here in Ireland and it really makes for a wonderful time! :)

La Petite Gallery said...

I can't do needle work anymore have to send all my things out for heming,etc. If I still did needle point that would be a great canvas.

yvonne

The Zhush said...

You made this lovely work a needlepoint canvas? Now that is just brilliant!

Tiffany from HOLIDAY said...

wow - love that!

Lila said...

It's beautiful. Why can't I have that talent?!
xoxo
Lila Ferraro

North of 25A said...

Yes, it was a glorious weekend, wasn't it? I love that you made this beautiful painting into a needlepoint canvas. Funny, my daughter, who is 23, told me just recently that she would like to take up needlepoint.
Best,
Colleen

Laura Casey Interiors said...

Neat Anne! That looks so great!

Love Where You LIve said...

I've been wanting to do some needlepoint and then I saw this! Love it. However, I'm confused. Does it not come with thread? Is that separate? Would this be a good one for a beginner? thx

AB HOME Interiors said...

I agree with lila. I want talent like that!
xo
amanda

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Happy week to you! My sister was just here visiting from Paris and we had gorgeous sunshine every single day for a week. Now we are back to our typical fall rain. Enjoy your lovely days!
Kirsten

Renae said...

My grandmother taught me crewel, and i did some great pieces when I was younger. This is fabulous Anne! We were in Ann Arbor, MI last weekend for 'the wedding' and it was gloriously cool and crisp! 90+ here today in ATL! xx

Kerri said...

What a fabulous idea Anne! It's just a pity I never learned needlepoint, but maybe this is a good time to learn. Actually, I'd really love the original painting - maybe I should ask Santa nicely? K xx

Whitney and the Preppy Puppy said...

I'm a needlepointer (is that even a word?!) and I think this canvas would make a lovely pillow. Or even wall hanging. I love that you've been able to turn so many of your pieces into canvases.

Modern Country Lady said...

That is a gorgeous design !! LOve it !! So glad I came accross your blog!!

 
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