Monday, June 29, 2015

It's a rainy day here in Orlando and I have the boring job of laundry.  I'm getting alot of stitching in and have finished 3 pillows for Miss Rhonda.  I thought I would share them with you.
The two in the back are for a daughter and son who have lost their Mother recently and I think you'll recognize the stitching of the one in the front.  I'm now working on the primitive version of this same pattern and I thought I'd share what I have accomplished so far.

Quite different isn't it?  I just picked my favorite primitive colors and went from there.  At first I thought I'd do a pillow but I think instead this will be framed.  It's turning out about 6 x 6 so I think it's a little large for a needle cushion.  
Well Peyton, John and I went shopping this past Saturday and ended up buying some really fantastic baby items on sale.  It's so much fun to buy things for a little must not think "cute".  I was told that by John several times.  LOL  We ended the day with hubby joining us at Kobe's a Japanese Steak House here in Orlando.  Their food is fantastic and they give you so much that there's no way you can finish it all.  The chef's cook it right at your table on a large metal grill so it's very hot and entertaining at the same time.  
I hope all of you have a fantastic week and that you enjoy lots of Blessings,


Lisa V said...

Gorgeous memorial pillows.

Hooked on Stitches said...

Lovely finishes :)

Frances N said...

Such lovely stitching and finishing!!

Kaisievic said...

Lovely pillows, very sweet.

Marilyn said...

The pillows turned out great.
Have fun shopping for that baby! :)

Barb said...

Nice pillows Barbara, but I am liking the primitive one a LOT, babies are just so precious and I am sure he won't mind being called cute. I used to call my eldest grandson my little sunbeam but now he is 21 and over 6ft tall I wouldnt dare lol.
Have a good week.

Vickie said...

You have done an excellent job with the memory pillows my friend.
A bit rainy here today as well.
I forgot to tell you, I enjoy the pink set up here. :)