Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Patience (Little Sheep Virtue) - Little House Needleworks


Oh dear, it has been a little while since my last post, hasn't it?
I have been busy getting things ready for my son.
Back to school & rugby training
He has settled fine so we have now gone back to a routine...
Yes, holidays are officially over!!

Despite things being quiet on the blog front, I have been busy stitching!
Sadly I can't yet share with you my finishes, you will have to wait a little longer.


I have literally just finished my latest project.
This is the N° 7 in the Little Sheep Virtue collection from Little House Needleworks
"Patience"
I have stitched it on Zweigart 28 ct Brittney Light Taupe fabric and used all listed DMC colours
Finished off as an other little flat zippered pouch using Tilda fabric
Et voila!

Happy Stitching!
Ingrid


Cela commençait à faire un petit bout de temps depuis ma dernière poste!
Il était temps que je revienne sur la www...

Mon garçon a repris le chemin de l'école ainsi que l'entrainement de rugby,
et c'est maintenant le retour au train train habituel...
Les vacances sont officiellement terminées!

Je ne vous ai pas oublié, j'ai brodé biensur...
Mais pour l'instant c'est encore motus et bouche cousue!!

Par contre je viens tout juste de terminer "Patience" de chez LHN.
Une grille toute simple et bien mignonne, comme je les aime.
Brodé sur toile de lin Zweigart 28 ct Brittney Light Taupe avec tous les fils DMC recommendés.
Terminé une fois de plus en petite pochette avec tissu Tilda
Ca vous plait?

A tout à l'heure...

106 comments:

  1. ton LHN est super mignon, j'aime beaucoup ces petits moutons
    douce soirée
    bises
    rose

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    1. Merci Rose! Ceux de chez Tralala sont aussi tout mignon et faciles à broder :)
      Bonne journée, bises, Ingrid

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  2. Very beautiful !!!!1 Your sheep are so cute !!!!!
    Best wishes
    Niki

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    1. Thank you Niki! Have a lovely day, Ingrid

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  3. Oh wow that is a really pretty finish. Zips??? Are they as hard as they look lol? All this time we have been commenting on each others blogs and I didn't realise you were French...or french speaking. mmmm...what is going on in my mind! So well done; C'est magnifique (je comprehend Francais un peu, pas tres bienne) and that is me done rofl xxxxxx

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    1. I have been admiring the little pouches from Valérie at Fée le Point for a while. And I gave it a go after reading tutorials online and they are easy peasy!!! You being a whizz with your sewing machine, you would have no troubles at all :D LOL! Yes, I am French. Super, tu parles très bien le Francais... :D Have a lovely day sweetie xxx

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  4. Very nice stitching a cute little case. I guess the theme of the piece was to tell us to have patience while we wait for your other finishes, huh? ;-)

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    1. LOL!!! Yes, I didn't notice that!! D'oh!
      Thanks for your kind comment Annie :)

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    1. Thank you so much Vickie!!
      Have a lovely day... without chocolate! :D
      Ingrid xxx

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  6. Great stitchting.
    Greetings from Holland, Amarins

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  7. How lovely :) I think that such a pouch would be useful for my son too - he just started his 1st year at school.
    Good luck for your son!
    Regards,
    Edina

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    1. How sweet! First year at school!!! I'm sure he'll be fine :)
      Mine is in year 5 now, so he is one of the "grown up" ones... Give it an other year after that & it will be high school.... Nooooo!

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    1. Thank you Cucki!
      Have a lovely sunny day xx

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  9. Such a lovely sheep! I love the colors.

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    1. Thanks Tania!
      I agree, my favourite is the blue/green colour...

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  10. Love the way you finished this into the pouch - you are so very cleaver. Beautiful stitching

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    1. Thank you Melinda! I'm a bit hooked on pouches at the moment :)
      It took me so long to brave the zip, now you can't stop me :D

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  11. Those LHN kits are so pretty! What a lovely finish.

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    1. Thanks Justine!
      Yes, I've got that terrible feeling I will HAVE to order some more of these soon :D

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  12. It's so beautiful! Great job :D I was just looking at the Little Sheep series. They're so cute!

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    1. They are, aren't they? Cute & so simple to stitch! You can't have time to get bored :)

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  13. Beautiful stitching and a great finishing idea. Good job.

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    1. Thank you sweetie!
      Have a lovely day xxx

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  14. Awwww...what a gorgeous finish. Love it!

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    1. Thank you sweetie!!!
      Have a lovely day xx

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  15. Such a cute finish and I love the little zipper bag you made--wonderful job :)

    Hope your little son has a wonderful year in school!

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    1. Thank you Carol! Yes, I hope my 9 years old remain focus & behave for the next months...

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  16. Il me plait! c'est certain ,quelle belle collection ces petits moutons,je collectionne les grilles
    mais je n'ai pas encore commencé.Les fils sont de jolis couleurs surtout le bleu
    Bravo a toi,
    Belle semaine ,bonne rentrée pour ton fils
    Bizzzz

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    1. Merci beaucoup! Il faut que tu t'y mettes, ces petites grilles sont trop mimi!!!
      Rentrée s'est bien passée, et maintenant c'est la routine :)
      A bientot, bises

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  17. Love the sheep series! You did a beautiful job, and I love the way you finished it! I think I can see myself stitching these cute little sheep someday. :)

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    1. Thank you and yes you have to, they are so cute!
      I will have to get the other ones :)

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  18. It looks great - another amazing finish :)

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    1. Awww thank you kindly!!! You're so sweet :)

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  19. Love your stitching and finish Mii , it is so cute I think most of us love sheep I know I do, hugs.

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    1. Yes, these little sheep are hard to resist!
      Such fun to stitch :)
      Have a stitch-tastic day xx

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  20. Lovely finish.
    The little sheep series is very cute.

    Greetings, Manuela

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  21. Your finish is so beautiful as always.

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  22. Que bonito Mii!!!! Me encanta, yo también tengo el diseño, a ver si me animo a hacerlo. Besitos canarios.

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    1. Thank you!!! I love this little sheep collection, I'll have to get them all :)

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  23. Ohh beautiful sheep :)))
    Very very lovely finish!
    Many kisses
    Sonia

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  24. Best of luck to your son in school and Rugby.
    Your finish is so pretty, great colors.
    Marilyn

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    1. Thank you Marilyn!
      Back to school went well & first training session was a bit hard... that's what happen when you spend too much time playing on the Nintendo DS!!! :)

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  25. So lovely, and it makes a change to see the sheep virtues as pouches.

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  26. Awww that is adorable! I'm waiting for this one and getting very impatient with the place I'm on auto for them!

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    1. It won't be long I'm sure :) It was a first for me.. and I've decided I MUST get all the other ones!!! :)

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  27. But that project so loving, like both the sheep and the button in blue is just wonderful.
    Hugs

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  28. Lovely pattern! Very nice work! :)

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  29. I love your crosses - suppressor model.
    :)

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  30. Fabulous finish, it's beautiful

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  31. Your stitching looks perfect! Beautiful work :)

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  32. Too cute! Your stitching is beautiful. Have you made all of them into pouches?

    Yup, it's that time of year again! Seems like summer has officially ended :(

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    1. Thank you! This is the first one I've been stitching in this collection...
      I'm now hooked & have to get all the other ones, and they won't all be finished as pouches :D
      Take care x

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  33. Lovely pattern and cute pouch.

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  34. Oh my, this is so lovely. A beautiful little pouch.

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    1. Thank you Annette for you sweet message :) Have a lovely weekend

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  36. Wonderful stitching and finishing.:)
    Good luck for your son at school.:)

    Hugs.:)

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    1. Thanks Bernadett!
      Have a great weekend x

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  37. Woow, your stitching is beautiful.

    Klaudia from Germany;-)

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  38. Aw, it is a cuttie! I loved!

    I am glad that my partner received her parcel too! :D

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  39. You have stitched this LHN piece so beautifully and I love the pale blue heart button :)

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  40. J'adore ! Ces petits moutons sont trop mimi et ta finition parfaite.

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    1. Merci pour ce très gentil commentaire! :)

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    1. Merci!!! Vous allez me faire rougir les filles!! :D

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  42. Lovely finish! I have been admiring this series for some time now... really wish I had time to stitch it. Alas, I have far too much on my stitching plate already hehe

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    1. :D That's the problem with us stitchers: we keep finding new patterns we have to stitch, our stash boxes are bursting to the ream, our "to stitch" list is never ending... but we love it!!! :D It's my first one, somehow I think it won't be my last little sheep of this collection :P

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  43. It's so beautiful! You're so talented to sew it into a zippered pouch. I am so impressed!

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    1. Thank you!!! I've always wanted to make these & took me a little while to dare giving it a go... Now, I really don't know what the fuss was about :)

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