Especially fond of Q and S- all wonderful pages!Stitching paper is always appealing. How do you find time to do these! I marvel!
S for sensational!Hope you have a lovely weekend dear!
Again - gorgeous! I love Q and T. The queen reminds me of my nana and I am a bit of a tea-aholic and love pretty cups and saucers... Your alphabet journal continues to delight me!
suddenly i think nothing would be cuter than a needlepoint teapot pillow!
u,v,w,...y and z to come! Nearly there. Love your lateral thinking and way of depicting each letter!
Linda Sue - Yes, the stitching was fun - next time (for a more serious book) I'll use embroidery thread though - something that looks a little better and maybe more substantial.lenorevermore - I had a great weekend, thanks! I ended it with a lovely tango salon on Sunday evening - and to cap a weekend with some dancing can only be a good thing!kendalee - I'm so glad you like them - I thought the T might appeal to you! I've finished now and will post the last ones - U to Z - sometime this week. I'm quite sad - I really enjoyed it! But my next alphabet project is already under way - photos!Up and down town - Oh, needlepoint - it is such a genteel activity, isn't it! I've always wanted to be able to do it, sitting around like a Jane Austen character, stitching away at my sampler, maybe alternating it with a little letter writing - but I am much too impatient(a character trait which has been amply illustrated in my art and craftwork shown on this blog, I fear!) freshly found - I finished them over the weekend and will show them sometime this week. I am afraid I kinda ran out of steam towards the end - but there are still a few surprises!
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