Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Christmas days



The last presents were made the last week before Christmas - 4 cushion covers with redwork stitcheries and red fabrics from the scrap box.
It was hard to part with some of these cushion covers- especially the one on the first photo! That is when you know they are good gifts, right? :-)



I tried to make nice backings too, from different fabrics. I am not fond of gold prints anymore, but they do make nice mixed backings, and as a bonus my red stash is shrinking too. :-)
You will never see me buying anything with metal print again!

I still have some gifts I can not show you, as the postal system has messed up delivery, and a couple of people are still waiting for their gifts, even if I sent the packages within the given time limits. Grrrrrrrrrrrr and double grrrrrrrrr - next year I will send my packets even a couple more weeks in advance, like I usually do. I guess these are going by row boat……via China……

P1050276I got some lovely gifts too :-)

P1050279The best part of Christmas decorations are all the lights -

P1050284  and my favourite Christmas quilts -P1050281 P1050282 and the lovely cross stitch Christmas calendar my late father in law made!

julehjerte The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched -
they must be felt with the heart.
Helen Keller



  1. Wonderful cushions you made. Understand that you wanted to keep them.

    Enjoy your time in your sewing corner.

  2. Beautiful! I love everything! Specially this calendar made by dad in law!

  3. I enjoyed seeing your Christmas decorations. Happy New Year, Hanne!

  4. Lovely Christmas decorations, Hanne. The stitcheries are gorgeous! Yes... when it is hard to give them away, you know you have done a very good job! You can make more, right?!
    You have a lovely home... the large windows, beautiful wood floors, pretty tree and Christmas wallhangings -- very very nice!
    Happy New Year!
    Cyn; -)


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