Saturday, November 17, 2007

Giftalongs recieved!

Here is where you can post once you recieve your giftalong piece so everyone can breathe again knowing it made it to its destination!


Vanessa said...

I have receive mine a while ago, she was super quick! Said not to open yet, so I had to hide it so I wouldn't be tempted.

Dragonflymystic said...

Hmmm.... I bet I will have to let Jon hide mine :) lol

drea_dear said...


I received mine! I couldn't wait! It's so beautiful. I've actually been wanting to do that pattern - I love it! And the finishing is great!

We'll be doing very little decorating for the holdays this year because most of our stuff is in storage, but this will be a nice addition! And the bookmark i so cute!

Pixie said...

So, now are we able to open them when we receive them? I can't wait to get mine!


Rebekah said...

I'm glad you liked it Andrea!

I got mine from Laura! I already posted above but since this is the "official" spot, I'll post about it again. ;) It's so pretty and smells good too! I love it! Thanks Laura!

Stichin Tyme said...

WOW. I had that in mind when we first were talking about doing something but I couldn't get from finished form to starting form. Yours is better though. I love it. Thanks again.

I'm going to make Pixie waite for a little while yet. ;)

drea_dear said...

I just think it's cool that at least 2 of us receied things we were thinking of making. Maybe we know each other better than we thought!


Dragonflymystic said...

I agree Andrea! I think that since we have started writing about 1 and a half years ago - that we have learned alot about each other! I think that our sites are very cool - sharing them and our pics gives a huge insight!
I look forward to the group!

Stichin Tyme said...

What is the curved stitch you used on the top called and how does one do it? Unless you covered how to do it in a tutorial, in which case I can grab it off your site. Thanks,

drea_dear said...

Colleen - it's buttonhole edging, I covered the basics of creating a buttonhole edge in my blog. (I'm thinking as I type, and I don't have the pattern in front of me, so forgive me if it doesn't match up exactly to what you have.) To create the curve, stitch 5 buttonholes on one line, then move down one hole on the next stitch, down one more on the next, and so on until you get to where you want your point, then go back up to the height of your curve. It was fun to do!

pcsolotto said...

This is a nice blog. I like it!

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