Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a Son, and shall call His name Immanuel. Isaiah 7:14

Friday, April 24, 2015

Stitching In The Dark


Hi friends! We are still below freezing at night here. No seedlings set out yet.

Our friend Christina(no blog) received the gift I made up for her. She shared pink goodness with me for the charm quilt.
I used fabrics from my stash. The "C" and the spool are stitched one over one on 28ct white evenweave. The sweet, little spool is a freebie you can find right HERE.


This is the latest pink motif I have stitched on my chocolate linen.
Very hard for me to see with our overcast days this week. And stitching at night on this linen is impossible for me. Until I thought of putting my Mighty Bright light BEHIND the linen. This works! Maybe you all knew this and I am a dunce. Don't know. Just happy to have time to stitch on this again.
 I got the second poodle groomed. :)
Still reading the Bible every day. This has left me with no time for fiction reading. That's okay. I have time for that, soon I hope.
 

Stitching and praying,
Vickie

29 comments:

EvalinaMaria said...

Stitching looks lovely and I'm sure spring is just around the corner.

Lesley said...

A pretty bookmark Vickie.Thank you for the link,the motif is sweet.

Lesley said...

I like your new profile picture:-)

Beth said...

Very healthy seedling awaiting warmer temps! Hey that light thing behind the linen works great!

gominam said...

Beautiful bookmark. great stitching on the dark fabric, the colors stand out,so nice. Poodle is too cute;) Thanks for the lovely comment on my latest blogpost, really appreciate it. Have a happy weekend. hugs;)

Barbara said...

Love that pink on the chocolate linen! What do you have planned on the finishing?

Hugs

Margaret said...

What a smart idea on the light behind the linen!!! I'm going to have to try that with the dark linens. Love the latest gift. And Mabel looks such a beauty!

Dee said...

The pink motif reminds me of my sister's quilting pattern, Dresden Plate.

moreofhim said...

It has suddenly turned very cold here at night, too! We've had strange weather and it's given me a horrid headache. Change in the barometric pressure, I suppose. I love your projects - especially that pink on the chocolate fabric! What a great idea to put your light behind it...I never thought of that either, so very thankful for the idea! You do such a great job of grooming your sweet poodles. They are so adorable! Have a very blessed weekend!

Julie

butterfly said...

What a sweet bookmark, and i love pink on chocolate such pretty colours.
Hope your weather gets warmer soon.

Sandra die Puppenhexe said...

What a charming bookmarks that small coil is charmingly . The flower on the chocolate fabric is so beautiful out quite lovely. Thank you for a lovely paragraph of Mother Theresa , I like them very much . A large woman with even greater heart.
Wish you a nice weekend
Dearest greetings Sandra

Lumiruusu said...

Well done with the bookmark and i really your stitching to that chocolate brown linen.The thought of Teresa of Calcutta are all still so true and inspirational.Allwys remembering You in prayes.I get yeasterday two shots of Cortisone to my low back and I hope my pain will be better soon.

Preeti said...

Beautiful stitching!! And lovely gift:)

Ann at Beadlework. said...

Poodle loveliness:-) Mother Teresa was an amazing lady who we can all still learn much from Vickie.

Sarah in Stitches said...

Lovely stitching! Your bookmarks are great. :D

gracie said...

Pink and chocolate, lovely

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

It's still a litter chilly at nights here too.
Love your pink and chocolate, great combination.
And another cute fluffy poodle!

rosey175 said...

Love the little cups of life. I haven't put our tomatoes out yet either but I see some volunteering themselves in the garden so maybe it's time. It will be spring for you eventually!

Lovely stitching with all your pinks. Pink and brown do go so well together. Almost as well as blue and sparkles. ;)

Frances N said...

What a lovely bookmark! You are really accomplished with them!!! I love the pink and chocolate--wonderful combination! Mother Teresa--what a precious person!

Annette-California said...

It's so strange our weather is colder in the evenings too now but not below freezing...Beautiful bookmark and darling spool. Pink and Chocolate - so pretty together.
Hope you get warmer weather soon.
love Annette

Brigitte said...

Another very lovely bookmark. And so great, the pink thread colour on the chocolate brown fabric.

Carolien said...

Hello Vickie,

Your bookmark is lovely, that spool is so cute. Thanks for the link!
The words of Mother Teresa are so true, it's a wonderful guidance, thank you.

I received your mail but lost it somehow on my computer ... but yours brought me to tears. Take care, dear friend, I'll be thinking of you and praying for you.

Love, Carolien

Carol said...

I so love the little spool that you included on Christina's bookmark, Vickie--thanks for the link!

Lovely and oh-so-true words from Mother Teresa...

diamondc said...

Wonderful post: Mother Teresa was a very wise, she is one of the people I admire most she is on my most admired pinterest page.
Your chocolate and pink stitching is beautiful.
Love the trades you did.

Many Blessings
Catherine

Stitching Noni said...

Gorgeous gift :o)
Great idea of putting the light under your fabric!
Hope your days start to brighten and warm up soon :o)
Hugs xx

Mii Stitch said...

Your current wip on the chocolate fabric looks so sweet!! A lovely colour palette :)

Julie said...

Mother Theresa's words are always inspiring.
Lovely stitching on the darker fabric.

Meari said...

Still freezing at night here, too.

I don't mean to sound ignorant, but what is the gift you made? It turned out nice.

Love the pink motif you're stitching. Pretty.

Maggee said...

Another really cute bookmark! Teensy tiny stitches... And I really love the pink quaker-ish motif on the brown fabric! One of my favorite combinations. That is a good quote... heard it plenty before! Trying to catch up on blogs today... Hugs!