Thursday, November 29, 2012

My turn in the Blog Hop!


Yes! Its my turn for the blog hop! I am posting a bit early but couldn't wait!
I just love Jill over at jillily studio and her house pillow is so cute. 
It was such a fun design to use for the blog hop.
I couldn't decided just what I wanted to make and 
we were going to dinner with friends and I wanted a 
gift for the hostess.
So I decided to use the blog hop pattern.
(You can too it free at Jill's blog)
You can add all of your own ideas and personalized it how you want!


Since we were having dinner and taking a dish, what better to use 
for the hostess than a dish towel.
She didn't let us use it when we were doing the dishes....
oh well!


This was such a fun blog hop, I have been to every blog 
a few times looking now I want to go back and 
comment.
I love blog hops just because you get to see blogs 
you might never have found with out the hop.
And after visiting them that would have been sad.
I love finding new blogs and friends and if you do to 
make sure to get a nice warm cup of tea and start
HOPPING!


I want to say thanks to Pauline for all her hard work
and making it thru computer problems.
Thats as bad as sewing machine issues!
And even sickness, She hung in there and we are so glad!
And Madame Samm she is so sweet to
let us all join in on the fun!


Make sure you stop by the other blogs:

Friday November 30
Linda - that other blog



For Stopping by I will send out a FREE stitchery pattern to you if you leave me a comment. If clicking your name doesn't get me your email address please leave it so I can email you the Free Pattern! They will come to you in PDF format and I will be mailing them out starting on Dec 8th!
If this is the first time you are stopping by my blog and want to see what my style of stitcheries are, you can take a look at my etsy shop click below;

Thank you so much for stopping by and make sure you stop by the other blogs too!
You will be so glad you did.

98 comments:

sew.darn.quilt said...

What a charming interpretation of this pattern, I just love your twist!
Thank you for sharing :)

Carla Bynum said...

Hi!!! It is very pretty!!! I enjoyed a look in your etsy and I have been following you for awhile I love your style of stitchery!!! Thanks for the fun!!!

Renea said...

Cute way to use this pattern. I really enjoy seeing all your stitchery.

Crickets Corner said...

Really like how you thought outside the pillow. It turned out so cute that I had to go download the pattern and will be making some for gifts.

Sue said...

These look great, such a nice idea!
Happy Christmas.

Judy B said...

What a great hostess gift! Thank you for sharing and the great giveaway. jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

Oh my goodness, what a great idea!!!! I absolutely love the tea towel idea!!! Am going to be whipping up some!!!!! Perfect gifts!

Sunshine Girl said...

Great gift idea! thanks for sharing.

Sharon said...

Debbie what a wonderful idea...they look wonderful.

Martina said...

This is really such a lovely idea! Perhaps I find some time to whip up soome too! What lovely gifts! It just turned out so cute!

Nati said...

It is so cute, love the way you adapted the pattern, thanks for sharing it!

Theresa said...

What a great idea, it's really too pretty to do the dishes with, it's a lovely gift to give.

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

So cute and such a great idea. Thanks for sharing your interpretation!

Britt-Inger said...

Such a great idea making dish towels. Thanks for sharing your talent.

Gill said...

What a great idea - and I love the addition of the heart! Perfect!
Thank you for sharing

charlotte said...

What a cute idea!! Gonna remember this!

Marla's Crafts said...

That bag is so cute. What a nice idea for a gift when asked out to dinner. Very nice job.

Aurea said...

What a great idea for the gift bag. These hops are so great. Thanks for sharing.aurea.gillis@gmail.com

Kate said...

Such a swell idea and lucky the hostess who received it. Thanks for sharing this and for sharing your free stitchery pattern - you're definitely have the spirit of Christmas. Thank you and Merry Christmas!

Patty D from NC said...

Lovely twist on the pattern and what a nice gift for someone. Thanks for sharing.

Jeanie said...

Your little bag is darling! I didn't want to make a pillow, so I didn't join..... didn't even think of making it "my own", like you did. Good job!

Thearica said...

Clever idea!

krislovesfabric said...

Love your bag, how sweet it is!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

wonderful idea!!

Joyce said...

Just lovely! What a great hostess gift , she must have been thrilled.

Sue said...

What a great gift!I love the addition of the heart! Thank you for sharing.

thethimbleroom said...

What a sweet take on this pattern. Very pretty!

gpc said...

I love your towel, what a great idea! I've wondered about doing towels and not sure how to make one that won't just stretch and pucker. Yours is fabulous!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Debbie this is just darling! How in the world did you get the words on there? blessings, marlene

pinsandneedles said...

I love your interpretation of the pillow and what a great idea for a hostess gift! Thanks for sharing your talent!

Vivian said...

Very cute dish towel, good idea I would use that more than a pillow. Your stitching is so cute, I just love the bowl of cherries and chicken in a basket! Very creative. Thanks. Vivian

Dolores said...

It's so wonderful to see how people use this cute pattern. You did a great job.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

What a darling idea!

Just Carol said...

That's a lovely little towel and a great gift. It's beautiful!

JanesQuilting said...

I love what you did with the pattern, Your host will be very happy with it. It is definitely beautiful.

Stitches said...

What a neat idea, I'm sure your hostess loved the towel...cute!!!

Thea M said...

sew sweet! love your redwork patterns, too! I'm already glad I stopped by your blog today!

Melinda said...

This is a great idea! I'm sure your hostess was thrilled!

Anna said...

What a great idea!!! I am going to start in Jan. making a gift each month so I'll have a complete selection by Dec. 2013...this little project will be on my list! Thank you!

Mary said...

What a cute idea. Love it. Thank you for sharing.

Abbigail said...

I love the towel with the pattern adapted to it. It would be great for a small gift bag too. Humm, Now you have me thinking! Great job!
hulseybg at gmail dot com

kim leavens said...

What a pretty little gift, yet sooo unique....love your "pretties"!!

Cheryl T said...

GASP! Now I have to make a dish towel too. LOVE it.

Sandy D said...

Great idea to put the houses on a tea towel.Great job

Agnes Bullock said...

Love the towels idea- now when my wounded warrios get back from the repair shop (yes I broke both my Baby Lock and my Janome this week) will give it a try!

Kathy said...

Debbie, I love the cute bag you made using this pattern--great for any Christmas gift. I'll keep that in mind for next year! Thanks for sharing a free pattern with us!

Needled Mom said...

That is such a great idea for the pattern. I am sure she loved it.

Needled Mom said...

That is such a great idea for the pattern. I am sure she loved it.

Needled Mom said...

That is such a great idea for the pattern. I am sure she loved it.

Needled Mom said...

That is such a great idea for the pattern. I am sure she loved it.

Needled Mom said...

That is such a great idea for the pattern. I am sure she loved it.

Linda said...

Your little kitchen towel is adorable! What a great use for the design. I'm sure your dinner hostess was thrilled!!!

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

Super sweet towel. Just lovely. Thanks for sharing.

patchouli moon studio said...

Oh what a absolutely darling dish towel. Great idea using the house on it. Now I am going to have a looksee around your blog.

JCnNC said...

Outside the box and over the top - wonderfully creative and inspiring as usual. Judy C sends hugs

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

Thanks for thinking outside the box. Love the bags!

Beth said...

You are very clever! Thank you for sharing your creativity. What a neat gift.

Annette said...

sew darn cute.... what a wwonderful idea
thanks sew much for sharing and a stitchery pattern too aren't we all the luckiest
thanks again.
in stitches

Sandi said...

Hi Debbie,

You did a lovely job on changing up the design, what a creative idea.

Thanks for the inspiration.

Rita said...

i love your little houses on that kitchen towel! it is so dawgone cute -- you come up with the best ideas. thank you for the inspiration. Happy Holidays!

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Muito bonito,parabéns.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Judy1522 said...

I love to give kitchen towels as a gift so your use of this pattern is perfect.

MoeWest said...

It makes a great hostess gift. Very pretty!

Gmama Jane said...

Another great idea for the pattern...will have to do this! Love your giveaway as well. Can't wait to get it.
Blessings
Gmama Jane

pat said...

archertwo@comcast.net

I thought your dish cloth was very cute, nice to see another creative idea for the pattern

Cherry said...

OH my word! Love your idea! Sooo precious! Thanks for the inspiration Ü

Anonymous said...

I can always depend on you to create something very clever and different. Keep up the good work!

SIMPLESEW said...

Great job! Beautiful work with the stitching. Thanks for sharing.

Emily C said...

Very cute and different.

Madame Samm said...

Hi Debby, what a great project...truly inspiring and unique like you...

Joyce said...

Love the way you used part of the pillow pattern. Would be a terrific gift almost anytime of the year. Thanks for sharing.

Kathy H said...

I have been enjoying all the variations on is pattern. Yours was just perfect. A wonderful hostess gift.

Lesley said...

Debbie, your tea towel is adorable! The hostess must have loved this gift!

LJ said...

What a wonderful idea! I love seeing the creative ways of using a pattern and you did this one justice! It's just as cute as can be; "Lovin From My Oven" is adorable.

Lyn said...

What a cute way to use the pattern. thinking outside the box

Lyn said...

Sorry...dademd59@yahoo.com

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

I love your towel! What a unique idea! :-)

Carrie P. said...

really cute and a great idea.

Helen said...

Very Clever! Loved, Loved, Loved

Betty said...

love your houses!!!

Sherry said...

I just LOVE your dish towel! This was only my third blog hop participation. Boy, I'm really going to have to start getting more creative and thinking outside the box. You have my vote for Most Original.

Karen O said...

CUTE! I love the style of your blog. And stitching patterns with teacups? Wow.

BizyStitches said...

Nice hostess gift. This hop has given me a lot of ideas and I like to visit different blogs just like you said. I'm looking forward to the design you will be sending out. Thanks 'sew' much

Jodi - usairdoll said...

What a clever idea! Your towel turned out great! Thanks for sharing your towel and being part of the hop. Great job!

I'd love to have a copy of the pdf pattern you mentioned, Thanks and I'm a new follower via GFC.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Sandi said...

Love your towel...and your blog - just going to stalk it a little more after posting this..lol

Pauline said...

What an original idea! Thanks for showing!

Martha said...

Love, love, love your project. It is too cute! Thanks for sharing.

Teri said...

What a darling way to use the house patterns......I never would have thought of that.....I just might do it myself.....I have a few party's to go to and what a nice hostess gift.....

Nancy said...

I just recently discovered your blog. I also love to embroider, and your patterns are so lovely. I've really enjoyed browsing through your blog, your Etsy shop and seeing your patterns.

Vera said...

I've been visiting your blog for a while and enjoy seeing all your creative "stitcheries"! Your tea towel is so pretty...thank you for sharing with the rest of us. Off to visit you on etsy.

Val said...

Love this!!! My email is vshoates@yahoo.com Thank you!!!

Cacheseekers! and Balkamper13 said...

This one it way cute...my vote is for you!

Sharon said...

I just found you today & am so glad I did. What lovely work you do. Am going to check out the rest of your blog now. Have a great day!

Quilt n Queen said...

OMG Debbie, your Holiday Lane tea towel is just the cutest...It is on my to do list, one question, Lovin from my Oven...how did you get the words on the tea towel? Thanks for sharing your time and talents with us. Happy stitching, Pauline

Sallie said...

What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing!

Debbie M said...

Thanks Everyone patterns went out today to everyone who email I could find.

Ariane said...

I love your dish towel!! That is such a great idea!! I'm going to have to make matching one for my pillow now! Since I keep my pillow in the living room right by the kitchen!!

Joy McD said...

Oh how cute! Pity I missed the blog hop... I will add you to my reading list now :) Merry Christmas! lv, Joy

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