Wednesday, January 31, 2018

FlossTube #18 Show Notes....

FlossTube #18 ~ January 31, 2018
Show Notes

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1. Little House Needleworks "Oh Christmas Tree" from The 2015 Sampler Tree Series pillow ornament stitched on 32 ct. Winter's Brew by R & R Reproductions 

2. Country Cottage Needleworks elements from "Snowflake Serenade" stitched on 32 ct. Storm Picture This Plus Lugana finished into Snow Globe ornament prototype.

3. Country Cottage Needleworks Frosty Forest series - "Snowy Deer" finished as my signature layered mounted wall ornament featuring a handmade pine tree bough/pine cone embellishment. 

4. Little House Needleworks "Farmhouse Christmas ~ Little Red Barn"  stitched on 32 ct. Zweigart natural raw with Classic Colorworks as charted. Also shown with my evolving idea about my Farm Christmas Tree featuring Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments and Prairie Schooler Barnyard Christmas.

5. Little House Needleworks "Liberty Belles" stitched on 30 ct. R & R Olde Towne Blend using Classic Colorworks 

6. Country Cottage Needleworks "The Nativity" finished the first of 4 evolving idea of 4 complete ornaments for our tree. Stitched on 32 ct. Picture This Plus Lugana Storm

7. Little House Needleworks "Paul Revere ~ Early Americans" stitched on 28 ct (really probably more close to 30-32 ct after my bake and basting process ~ 2009 written pictorial tutorial may be found HERE). Using Classic Colorworks with a couple of changes you can see my whole layout process and changes on my blog at this LINK HERE 

8. Heidi Cran Stitching One Over Two Flosstube Channel LINK HERE

9. Genny Morrow Designs "Nova" counted canvas work done on 18 ct. monocanvas using Anchor and DMC flosses

10. Quilt Top made with Blackbird Designs Madeira Jelly Roll Quilt. You can find the tutorial for piecing a Jelly Roll 2.0 quilt that I followed at the Missouri Star Quilt Company LINK HERE 

11. Sew Steady sewing table...look 'em up HERE custom for your machine. My two machines are Janome Magnolia's 7330 see them HERE

12. Kansas City Troubles Moda Fabrics... google them...GORGEOUS!

13. Blast from the Past: Little House Needleworks "Home of a Needleworker" framed in a used frame and pieced to fit with homespun and green fabric, finished in 2007 by me :)

KEEP ON STITCHIN' and SMILIN' while you SHARE YOUR JOY! 


5 comments:

  1. As a new viewer all I can say is, I'm so glad I found you.

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  2. Vonna, have you seen this site? http://www.modabakeshop.com There's tons of tutorials for quilts using pre-cuts. They're fun to do. Well worth a look if you haven't seen it before and a great place to find evolving ideas. ;)

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  3. Enjoyed reading your show notes; hope you will share some pictures from your show notes. Happy end of January!

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  4. And to think you have a life beyond stitching, you finish the work of others,are very active in your Church, and you have an amazing busy family. I truly think you could give Wonder Woman some competition!!I love to watch you on Floss tube. You are still my inspiration for Early Americans. I will be checking to see your latest work on that one.

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  5. I love your creativity. The snow globe ornament-in love!
    Congrats on being in the needlework magazine, I must subscribe just for you. You are very deserving and so happy for your success.

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