Friday, December 10, 2010

Wow--Dee's been busy again!!

Dee L. from Canton, Ohio is an incredible needleworker! She is also very prolific!

One of her latest finishes is Mrs. Waddelow's Huswif. Dee used 32-count country mocha linen and Brick overdyed thread from Weeks Dye Works. She stitched her huswif using reversible cross stitch.

Here is Dee's huswif closed.
Here is a view of her tiny needlebook and the outside of her huswif.
And now look at the inside of her huswif!! Wow!!! What gorgeous fabrics!! Dee told me she had so much fun picking out the fabrics.
Dee's name should sound very familiar to you because she is very prolific!! You can see more of her incredible work by typing her name in the search engine on the left side bar of my blog or by checking out my blog entries for June 24, 2009, May 16, 2010, and October 16, 2010. Can you believe all the beautiful pieces Dee has completed?

Dee told me that she has finished stitching the Blue House Needle Primer and only needs to assemble it. I can hardly wait to see her photos. She is anxious to start work on Mrs. Waddelow's Needlework Basket.

Thank you VERY much Dee for sharing photos of your wonderful pieces! You are truly incredible!!


Stitch Wizard said...

This is just beautiful and I just love the colors!!

Hubertine said...

Lovely! Very nice colors! and very nice crossstiches.
Greetings Hubertine

Anonymous said...

Very nice Dee, beautiful fabrics and stitching. I ordered Mrs Waddelow's Huswif, linen and brick thread last week and can't wait for it to arrive so I can start. Kindest regards, Ann

Roberta said...

Hi Ellen, hope you are doing better.

Love what Dee stitched and the fabrics are just gorgeous.

Enjoy the Season.

Sandra said...

Dee's huswif is gorgeous and I bet her basket of smalls will be just as beautiful. I'm not enjoying my stitching at the moment and feel like I'll never ever finish anything again. Take care Ellen.

Manoli C. said...

Very nice, this is beautiful, the fafric and stitching!!!

Cathy B said...

Beautiful finish -- the fabrics she selected coordinate beautifully!

woolwoman said...

What a beautiful finish and the fabrics are gorgeous. I should get mine out and get back to work on it. Enjoy the season ! Mel