Four Trees

It is March, which means warm weather is right around the corner. Right? Please tell me spring is coming? We are bracing ourselves for another snowstorm today. I sincerely hope it will be the last one this winter. And, speaking of warmer weather, here is my latest finish:

Gingerbread Needle Case, designed by Just Nan

Gingerbread Needle Case, designed by Just Nan

It is Just Nan’s Gingerbread Needle Case, which is a design exclusive to ABC Stitch Therapy. And, as you can see, it has nothing to do with warmer weather. I am convinced that winter will never end.

The kit includes the fabric, ribbon, beads and enamelled frame embellishment.

Gingerbread Needle Case - beads, frame, and ribbon

Gingerbread Needle Case – beads, frame, and ribbon

I stitched it as per the chart. I’m debating whether I am going to finish it as a needle case (because I don’t really need another one of those), or if I will finish it as an ornament. What do you think? Is it too fancy to be an ornament, or do you think it would look lovely hanging on a Christmas tree?

Gingerbread Needle Case - centre

Gingerbread Needle Case – centre

Smalls SAL Update: Don’t forget, the link list of this month closes at midnight my time on March 4th. That is tomorrow! Be sure to get your link in before than to earn one entry to the end of the year draw. March’s check in will be on the 25th.

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15 Responses to Four Trees

  1. Catherine says:

    This is so sweet. I love working with stitches and beads.

    Catherine

  2. Gillie says:

    How lovely, I suppose depends on the size re putting on the tree? How about a biscornu?

    Ice, snow, rain, the whole blooming lot here and by my reckoning you should be getting it about now as its moved east from us……..!

    Spring will come……..one day!

  3. Blu says:

    It’s very pretty. I think it would be great as an ornie. It can be the fancy one on the tree ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Heather says:

    I think it looks great as an ornament

  5. Judith says:

    beautiful work

  6. Nina Kara says:

    Sure it will looks great on to Christmas tree) so lovely!

  7. Joanne P says:

    I think it would make an amazing ornie. I looked the finished needlebook on the link and too much of the design is hidden. This needs to be shown off and the sparkly centrepiece of your festive display.

  8. sheryl says:

    Itยดs really pretty whatever you make it into. maybe a notebook cover or how about a handbag mirror case.

  9. Erin says:

    What a great piece! I think it would make a beautiful ornament.

  10. Linda says:

    Congrats on the lovely finish. I would make it into an ornament.

    Linda

  11. Barbi says:

    Wow! This is beautiful!

  12. Susan says:

    That is too cute!! Love the holly border.

  13. OMS! I love it all stitched up!!! Now it makes me want to start mine!!! TFS!!!

  14. Anna says:

    I think it would be a lovely ornament. But you know, I have a friend who, in order to limit the charts she buys ONLY stitches needlebooks. So there are those who believe you can never have too many! ๐Ÿ™‚