Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Alphabet Tree ...

I was fall in love at first side when I first saw this design at Su blog. It was so simple yet so gorgeous. When I read Su blog, it was an ABC exchange by Svenja. I try to surf and I manage to get it. It was a freebie from Blue Ribbon Designs.

Guess what, the best part for me is I use my own hand dye floss to stitch this piece and it was turn out nicely. The floss is combo between blue, yellow and green. Hemm .. I have something in mind that I gonna finished this into something. Beside this, there still have a lot of wonderful chart that you can download it free from BRD and if anyone of you love the soft and light color, this is it ... a site that you gonna love it. Check it out here.

Alphabet Tree
Designed by Blue Ribbon Designs
Using my own hand dye floss on 18ct cream Zweigart

10 comments:

xstitch.nl said...

How wonderful you got to use your own floss. It looks amazing!!

Barbara said...

That is so pretty! And sooo special, since you've used your own hand-dyed floss!

Itching To Stitch said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. I love your Alphabet Tree and that floss!! I've always been interested in dying my own floss, I may need to give it a try ;)

Emily said...

Hi Lene, looks like your experiment turn out beautifully.

Chelle said...

It's beautiful! Love the floss color.

whitecalla said...

I think that is not a bad choice of color and the alphabet tree is beautiful. Congrads.

Claudia Almeida said...

Hi!!!!
Today I founded your blog, and let me tell you that your works are vey beautiful... I´ll be back...
Lots of kisses
Cláudia

Lavender Rose said...

Wonderful idea that you dye your own floss!!! Congratulations. It really looks radiant on your "tree." Keep on stitching with it! And, thank you for making a visit to my blog with your comments. It's nice to have a new stitching friend!
Hugs,
Deb in FL

The needle & I said...

Wow! that looks great with your own hand dyed floss. Perfect design for the colours

Lizzy said...

What a beautiful finish, Charlene! And I love your own hand-dyed threads... how creative you are! :-)

It's lovely to *meet* you Charlene! I followed a link from Deb's blog over here... I've loved wandering around your blog... you have some lovely stitching and sewing finishes! :-)