Tuesday, November 18, 2014

five days later

As well as being bogged down with deadlines and work, I have also been a little under the weather.  Everyone here is suffering from massive hay fever because the weather is so up and down that things are flowering and re flowering and I also am having a few problems with it, so that is why I have been a bit absent.

But I am keeping up with my AEDM challenge!
Here are my latest five stitch squares.
And close ups (click to enlarge)




And just so I can drop over and say hello over at T for Tuesday,
Here is a tiny tea scene of my doll's house things.  They are currently residing in a bookcase until their new home is finished!  By the way, the wooden sugar bowl was made by my husband and the lid actually comes off, it is smaller than one of the keys on your computer keyboard!

Happy creating!


18 comments:

  1. loved your little stitched pieces, and the doll house tea set knocks me out with its cuteness.

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  2. Wow! That little dollhouse tableau is sweet! Working so small is a challenge, and I admire what your husband accomplished with that sugar bowl. :)

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  3. sweet tiny tea set
    and your stitched pieces are wonderful...I always enjoy hand stitching
    Frigid temps are putting an end to hay fever here in N Virginia...hope you get some relief soon
    Happy T Day

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  4. You stitched pieces are lovely but the dollies tea party is divine, there is something about dolls houses and miniature scenes that appeals to so many people, you husband did a fabulous job on the sugar bowl!

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  5. beautiful stitched ssquares! Your doll house is going to look so elegant and impressive-you're already off to a great start-and that teenie teapot and lid-amazing craftsmanship! Happy T day. Hope the allergies subside soon...no fun!

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  6. Lovely stitched pieces.
    Happy T Day!!

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  7. Hello and Happy T Day! I love these stitched squares your doing. Each one is creative and pretty. I am hoping to learn more about stitching next year. Would love to do these next year.
    How sweet is that tea set, can't believe your husband made that. LOVELY!!
    Have a good week and thanks for sharing.

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  8. I get so many ideas when I see your stitched pieces. The thoughts just keep coming as I view each piece, even though I don't hand sew. All are quite lovely, and will be great additions to whatever you make with them.

    You are SO lucky to have a hubby who makes such beautiful things. That sugar bowl is a work of art in itself.

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful stitched squares AND your new doll kitchen with us for T this Tuesday.

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  9. Amazing pieces are this.. Happy T-Day Vicki!

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  10. Your stitched pieces are beautiful. But Oh my! those tiny tea sets are so cute. Love them-:)

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  11. Wonderful little stitched squares, and the is one TINY sugar bowl. Looking forward to seeing the miniature house when it is all finished and set up.

    Happy T-say

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  12. Love that you are doing stitched pieces for AEDM! and amazing job by your hubby on the little sugar bowl! ♥

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  13. Love your little squares and i hope you get to feeling better soon. Allergies are no fun! Ask me how i know. lol! Hugs! deb

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  14. Cute squares. I can't imagine how you can even make anything that small!! Most of the doll house things really amaze me. Happy T-Day! :)

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  15. Aw, what an adorable doll tea set! I like all the different stitches that you've been doing, too--nice variety. Happy T Day!

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  16. love your stitched square and tiny things.
    I must do more stitching in 2015!
    thanks for visiting

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  17. trust you are feeling better now. Some good blocks here the pink one reminds me of my crazy blocks. Could not believe at first that the photo was dolls house furniture it is so beautiful and your husband`s sugar bowl is remarkable such talent

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  18. Very cool squares! But the doll house is breathtaking. And just my style - I wanna live there! :D

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