Thursday, 26 March 2009

Welcome Friends Needle Case........

It's done.........finished...........and I love it..............Rosalie Quinlan Designs Welcome Friends Needle Case............one of our projects from the Girls Day in the Country.............

It is a bit hard to see but there is a little pocket inside (on the left below) and when I put it together I thought I had sewn it on the outside by mistake but it just needed to be flipped over the end...........lol........

I love the fabric we used................Holly Holderman Rose Petite...........so pretty and it has a little spot on it to you can hardly see in the pic........

Take care til next time...........Chookyblue

Added: this pattern will be available about 20th June

44 comments:

  1. Very cute, what are you going to keep in that secret pocket?

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  2. Chooky...lovely you have done a great job.

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  3. Looks fabulous, and that fabric is definitely lovely.

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  4. It is so sweet as are the little roses.

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  5. Beautifully done- looks great you clever thing!

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  6. Well done- it looks beautiful and I love that pretty fabric. Now what will you tackle?!!

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  7. It's lovely Chooky - very pretty fabric. I'm going to Adelaide on ANZAC Day - this may be one of the patterns.

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  8. It looks you are the first one to finish - I am still stitching. Are you going to make the bag next?

    my fabric is striped so it will be interesting to see it with a different look.

    You certainly have given us inspiration.

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  9. it looks lovely - and i love the fabric you used too - perfect for your needle case :)
    l
    x

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  10. Well done! Looks great! Will be great to see the project caddy as well!! *hint hint* You've done a great job on the needlecase!

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  11. Ver cute indeed! Well done!
    Rosalie xx

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  12. Well done on finishing your needle case. It is very sweet.
    All this GDITC has got my appetite primed for the Glen Harrow stitch-in.

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  13. That is one cute needle case, the stitchery is gorgeous and the fabric perfect.

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  14. MERAVIGLIOSO. AMAZING.
    ciao ciao

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  15. Love it, what are you going to keep in that secret pocket? I would keep my secret stash of ....... to use while away on a girls sewing day ( bet you thought I was going to say money... no have to be bandaids always pricking my fingers (lol)

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  16. Just what I need - I want to do a redwork embroidery and I would use the pocket for a needle threader - you know, I can't thread a needle - its true! wonderful!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  17. Great needle case.;-)
    You have been sooo clever.
    Hugs.

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  18. Congratulations on finishing it!
    The fabric is gorgeous!

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  19. CUTE! Your stitchery is beautiful. Any plans for your selvedge? :o)

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  20. Very cute - love the stitching and the little roses.

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  21. Lovely! The secret pocket is clever. Roses are sweet and your stitchery is beautiful.

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  22. Your needlecase is gorgeous...and so are the tea swap gifts you sent Bonnie...just lovely!

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  23. It came out great! Your stitchery is lovely! :0)

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  24. This is beautiful. The pocket is a great place to stash your little scissors.

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  25. Oh this is very cute and I love that fabric! Think I'm going to need some!!

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  26. It's so cute! I love the fabric!

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  27. A finish that is always good...it looks really sweet.

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  28. Nice to see a finish from the weekend.....have been checking out all the pics and looks like you all had a fab time....weekends like that go too fast! I do like that fabric....very cute....! I am looking forward to catching up the Leanne and Rosie at Inspired Stitches in late April...!

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  29. That is so pretty and I love the idea of the pocket on the inside. Very handy. Love the fabric too - very sweet.

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  30. How clever. I just love it. You do beautiful work. Sure beats my little piece of cloth that I stick my needles in. I'm going to get to work and make a needle case. You're my inspiration. Thanks.

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  31. Very sweet!!! Gorgeous fabric too!

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  32. The fabric is Pretty..Gorgeous Needle Case...Lovely Keepsake...
    cheers

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  33. Just came across your blog my accident but love the needlecase you made. I'm just starting to do some redwork stitching and I love it. I tried to find the desgn but was unsuccessful. Can you tell me where I can find it?
    Thanks,
    Sheila
    sap5@psu.edu

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  34. I love the needle book. I wonder if the pattern is available for sale. Do you know?

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  35. Wonderful Chooky....love the fabric on the inside. Just looking at your completed needlecase brings back nice memories of Nundle!
    Hugs..Judith

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  36. It's a cute design and I love the gorgeous fabric!
    Now I am off to see the matching caddy. These are the kind of projects I love with lots of matching items!

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  37. I like little things and your needle case is a little treasure. Congrats!
    Hugs from Spain;)
    Susan

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