Saturday, February 6, 2010

Finished Primitive Winter Cupboard Sampler

Primitive Winter Cupboard Sampler
from the Valentine Booklet 2010
design by The Sampler Girl
32 count natural belfast linen
fibers~~Crescent Colors, Gentle Art



Filled with rice.

The backing fabric is from the quilt shop in Hawaisee, Ga. It's one of the old Confederate patterns. The other 2 pinkeeps are Be Mine freebie from the Sampler Girl blog, and a Valentine freebie from Primitive Betty's blog.

The basket is lovely and the perfect size for cupboard samplers and pinkeeps. It was formerly filled with the best fruit ever from BG's workplace after his surgery. I enjoyed the fruit immensely. Last night, I had the juiciest pear from the basket that I've eaten in a long, long time.
Tonight a juicy, large navel orange.


No snow here, but a gray, cold day.
Raven and Ruby are wandering around and about the limbs that fell after the heavy ice this past week and Ruby actually loves this tree. She will put her back on it like a bear and rub around it. It's her favorite tree of the million around our house!


They kind of look like 2 black bears.

Hope you are staying warm in your neck of the woods!

11 comments:

  1. Yeah...what a great finish Jennifer!!! Congrats!

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  2. That is so pretty Jennifer! You have some smoking needles there!
    Congratulations!

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  3. How cute! I am growing to REALLY like these primitive pinkeeps and pillows, thanks to your enabling!

    Hugs.

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  4. You're such a fast stitcher! Great finishes. You're sewing looks great to me.

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  5. What a sweet finish. I just got the booklet...lots of cute charts..hugs, Linda

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  6. Gorgeous finishes! I love the color combinations. Rice is such a great idea! :)

    It was cooold here, 25 the high, but just windy...no snow YAY!

    I love your new header...beautiful.

    Hugs, peaches
    Ma

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  7. What a great finish Jennifer. The way you're going you will have that basket filled up in no time with all your pretty smalls.

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