Monday, 4 March 2013

Punchneedle Pouch Done!

 Hi friends! Just popping in real quick to share a finish.  Phew at times it seemed this punchneedle by Brenda Gervais of Country Stitches was going to take me well into summer as progress was slow! But I finished it today Hurray!  And of course it features a bunny and spring blooms - just right to add to spring touches around the house.
 The thing about Country Stitches designs are the finishing details - love the small wool tongues and buttons.

So now it's time this tired mummy hopped it in time to be up with the larks or at least the starlings in the morning!

Many thanks for popping by dear friends!


27 comments:

  1. Very very nice, Christine.. You are so talented.. smile.. xo

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  2. I like it, you did a great job. I did some punch needle work years ago and I pulled the stuff out recently trying to remember how to do it. I'm having a heck of a time with it

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  3. I love, love, love it! I have never done punch needle work and it's on my want to learn list. Great job and it's so perfect for the season to :)
    Jen
    theoldewillow.blogspot.com

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  4. Evening Girlfriend, what a wonderful design, love it so much,....can I ask a silly question? What is the difference between hooking and needle punch....looks the same, Blessings Francine.

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  5. That is so cute Christine. You did a wonderful job.

    Felicia

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  6. That is just amazing! Love, Maggie

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  7. Wow~awesome job Christine!! Looks great!

    Tanya

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  8. So beautiful, you do awesome work! Lecia

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  9. it's beautiful, great job, love the pattern!

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  10. Hi Christine! I love Brenda's designs and have looked at this one often wondering if I could do it. You did a beautiful job on it. Do you use a hoop or a gripper frame? I've dabbled with needle punch but need a better hoop/frame. hugs, Jan

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  11. Very cute!! You did an awesome job!! have a great evening!!

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  12. Oh Christine that is beautiful! You are so talented! I would love to walk around your home and see all of your creations up close. Thanks for sharing!
    Be blessed,
    Cindi

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  13. so sweet..i love it so much..
    big hugs and lots of love for you x

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  14. Very very beautiful!! I love it.
    Ciao Fabrizia

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  15. Beautiful finish! That's one of my favorite Country Stitches pouch designs! It's on my to-do list! :-)

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  16. Morning Christine,
    The pouch turned out just beautiful...lots of work though.
    So now what are you going to do with this beauty!
    Karen

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  17. Very nice. I need to get back to my needlepunch. It has been awhile since I did one.
    This one looks great.

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  18. Ah, Christine!!!! The color is amazing and the design is beautiful. I love pouches and bags of all sorts:) -Steph-

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  19. Good grief! You are just so talented! I love the bag too! Bunnies, and bags, and trugs, oh my! I wish you were here so you could teach me to punchneedle. I guess I will have to youtube it... Doing it with a friend is better... :)

    Love and hugs!
    Heather

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  20. OH wow...I love it! I have never done a punch needle project. Does it take a long time?
    Someday I will give it a go. I'm seeing too many beauties in blog land to pass it up.

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  21. Christine that bag is adorable...I have no patience for punching or hooking but love seeing all the pretty things everone does. this is one of my favorites!

    I'm having a little Spring giveaway stop by and sign up..

    Have a great hump day!

    Blessings
    Tonya

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  22. Christine, that is absolutely beautiful, wonderful work! I've never tried needle punch, another thing to add to my 'to-do' list! Thanks for sharing your lovely finish, Deb

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  23. Love, Love, Love your punched needle pouch!!
    Kim

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  24. It's really lovely, Christine!
    Such wonderful warm colours and design make it look very tactile :-)
    You are so gifted with your needlework!
    blessings..Trish

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