Friday, May 23, 2008

Noah's Ark BOM


Once I stumbled onto these cute free patterns at the website of Lynette Anderson, I knew they had to be stitched. You can double click to see the details better. As of today, I think I'm caught up and anxiously awaiting June's design. I hope to make a quilt when all twelve parts are completed.

7 comments:

Kathy said...

I think those blocks are so cute. I won't be doing the whole set, but perhaps a few of them.

Lapplisor said...

Hi Judy
Your embroidery looks mad. Particularly the rainbow brings change into the overall view.
It is beautiful to find everywhere this Bom and everywhere it has another optics.
Thanks for your nice letter in the blog.
I embroidered the maps with the machine. Also occasionally much makes joy.
Take care
Barbara

Cat said...

Cute Noah's Ark stitchery!

My Salsa consists of throwing together tomatoes, up to 4 types of hot peppers (Jalapeno, Serrano, Thai & somthing else!) When I put 4 types in it I call it the "4 Alarm Salsa". Other than that I add onion & Cilantro & Lime.

I freeze lots of peppers to get us thru the Winter for Salsa or Chili - we like it HOT!

Thanks for the visit!

Pat said...

Hey there! Thanks for the visit today. Yes, Jim IS a good friend and as for the buttons...I'm glad you like them. The bird you show on this post doesn't look very big and I think it would look great, reduced in size, if necessary, and embroidered on a button!!! My buttons are 1 7/8". Take care, have fun! Pat at birdnestontheground

Ele said...

Hi Judy,
Noah's ark looks cute, the embroidery is beautiful.
I am very interested in knowing what will you do with it...
Have a happy time with your lovely 4-generations-family
Gabriele

Ich bin ein Fünfzigerjahremädel. said...

Judy,I also like this kind of embrodery and I practise it alternately to the cross stitch!I will come to see the other pictures of the ark!
Today I was in Cologne! We have warm weather and many people were sitting in the street cafes!
Best wishes,Ulla

Linda said...

They are so sweet Judy, especially the little flowers. What will you do with them?
Linda xx