Saturday, February 23, 2013

New French Knitting project



I am just buzzing with excitement as my latest project,
 this little beehive pincushion,
is being featured in the latest edition of  Creating Country Threads magazine.
Do you like the little bee buttons? They are hand made by a local lady.


Here's a photo of the project in progress.
I have quite a few different pincushions now in my studio.
Do you have a pincushion collection too?

Cheerio for now,
Sandi x

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11 comments:

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Such a fantastic project, so adorable. I bought my daughter a spool knitter and she has learned to use it. I am always looking for projects, I love your hive!

Lindy said...

super cute! what age child do you think could cope with this project??

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Woohoo Sandi...congratulations on being 'in print'...I'll have to go and have a look now...very cute design xo

Ana Lopes said...

So gorgeous! Love it! I'm crazy about pincushions :D
Have a great weekend!
Hugs from Portugal,

Ana Love Craft
www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

Sarah said...

Oh that is really cute! I like that!

Lyn said...

its lovely and makes a change from the coasters I make with my french knitting at school, the bee buttons are so cute too!
xxx

najmaworld said...

so cute!!!!
have a nice weekend

Ash said...

Ooooo! I like. :0) I've never quite known what to do with any french knitting, this is just wonderful. Best wishes.

Naturally Carol said...

This sweet project is far more interesting than the usual potholders made from French Knitting! So cute...a real brainwave.

crazyhaberdasher said...

Hi Sandi! Thankyou for your comment on my blog. Congratulations and well done to a fellow Aussie on your beehive, it is fabulous! You might like to check out my Flickr Spool Knitter group, and I currently manage the Yahoo Spoolknitter group .... lots of ideas to be found at both. Links can be found at my blog - http://spoolknitter.blogspot.com ... hope to see you there .... very best wishes, Maz in Oz

Tanto Qué Hacer y Tan Poco Tiempo said...

Hi Sandi! The beehive pincushion is lovely! As I am from Argentina and don't have the posibility to get that magazine, would like to know what is the stuff inside the beehive! I just know how to make the French Knitting! Thank you for your help! Adelia