Monday, January 11, 2016

House Embroidery

I just finished this embroidery, it's been a while since I've done one of these, so I really enjoyed it.  As usual, I used a vintage pattern.
I made a few small changes, but mostly stuck to the way it was.  I used a lot of different brands of threads from my very enormous stash.  
I like the multi-colored thread that the roof and door are made of, unfortunately, I have already forgotten what brand it was.
A closer view.
I put a little trellis on the corner of the house using white pearl cotton.
I'm going to give this little embroidery picture to a lady who is a dialysis patient at the place where my hubby is also a patient.  I always bring a project to work on while I wait there and she was always admiring it, so I hope she will enjoy it.  I hope you got a little bit of enjoyment from looking at it, too, and thank you for visiting!


Nurdan Kanber said...

Karen, you made an absolute beauty!It looks marvelous!!!
I simply love it ♥♥♥ Well done!!!!
Big hugs

Annie said...

So gorgeous! Love the texture on the roof, that sweet trellis and the lace trim. I'm sure it will please the recipient!

Robin said...

Karen, what a gorgeous piece of work and so giving of you to pass it on to a recipient who has admired it. You always bring to life your embroideries and I admire them so!

I will contact you tomorrow. :)

Eggs In My Pocket said...

Your embroidery stitching is always so lovely and breath taking! How sweet that you are giving it to the lady........she will treasure it I am sure. I just love the vintage design!

Lumiruusu said...

Hello karen and thank you for visiting my little blog:) your embroideries and cross stitchings are all geaorgeos and I do so much admire your stitching skills !

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Hello Karen, I just love embroidery like what you do! You make it look so charming!

Eggs In My Pocket said...

Hello, how are you dear friend? Any new stitches?

Deepa said...

This is lovely,Karen. It's been a long time. How have you been?
I see that this is a January post,so I guess life has been busy. Take care of yourself.

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Hello, how are you?