Monday, February 7, 2011

IT WAS TEMPTING

EMS Cross Stitch forum exchange for this month is óne over one'and I was tempted to take part I love the fine work of stitching one over one and could even think what I would stitch, only problem posting out date was the day we get home.
So I have decided still to stitch a piece, it will be a stitchers toy of some kind
 and have it as a give away for you all the followers of my blog...
here is what you need to do to go in the draw ...
be a follower of this blog.
post a comment during the month I am away telling what part of the world you live in.

Look forward to to reading your comments on return
See you in a monthy
                                     Lee

8 comments:

natalyK said...

I did some one over one yesterday and love the fine detail as well. I enjoy this type of stitching but find it easier to do in natural daylight. Haven't had much of that lately. Have a safe trip!

Laurie said...

I did a picture of Suffolk cottages many years ago 1 over 1
I love it but I think my eyes are not the best for this work anymore .. may be I should try a small project you know an inch by an inch may be.
Hugs Laurie

Carol said...

I love, love, love over one stitching, Lee. Just finished a new PS ornament stitched over one. I love the tiny, detailed look of an "over one" finish!

I hope your month away is delightful--please take a lot of photos for us...

Thanks for the giveaway chance--I'm in Pennsylvania (as you know!)...

Mary Joan said...

This sounds lovely Lee. I have posted the giveaway on my blog http://maryjoanstitching.blogspot.com/. Hopefully you will get some new followers. I'm from the UK. Have a great holiday.

Catherine said...

I love one-over-one! Thanks for the chance! I am in Pennsylvania!

Evelyne said...

I love to stitch one over one it's very delicate.I stitched a fob one over one with the Eiffel Tower,because I live in France.
I posted a new project on my blog!
http://eefsneedle.blogspot.com
Have a nice holiday!

Margaret said...

Lee, Have a wonderful holiday. I'm from Auckland and met you once at the Coromandel Regional Day. Looking forward to seeing progress on your "holiday stitching"

Mouse said...

Hi have just found your blog through one of my groups on yahoo :) I love the stitching that you have done and the photos of the birds are lovey too :) I would love if you could enter me in your draw ... I'm from the UK love mouse xxxx
www.talesofastitchingmouse.blogspot.com
ps hope you've had a lovely holiday :)