Sunday, July 06, 2008

The Golden Touch of Goldie

We recently finished up the first year of Seasonal Exchanges on Becky's Seasonal Exchange Board. I was the lucky recipient of Goldie's stitching and finishing. Each of the projects that she sent had both specialty stitches and fibers in them. It was always a delightful surprise to open the exchanges that she sent. She's an amazing finisher as well, and each of her projects demonstrated a different style of finish. Here are photos containing the four lovely projects that she did for me.





I wanted to say thank you to Goldie for all the time and effort that she put into her exchanges for me, so I sent her a stitched decoration for the 4th of July.



13 comments:

staci said...

Very cute, I love the trim that you've used!

Julie said...

Beautiful gifts you received in this exchange. I love the thank you gift you made, i'm sure she will treasure it.

Vonna said...

What a sweet post Julianne! Goldie's exchanges were just divine! And your sweet thank you gift was just as special as you are ;)

Mama Joan said...

I really like your patriotic design.

What pattern it that? You also received some nice finishes from your seasonal exchange.

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

Lovely gifts there! I love the 4th of July piece you did!

Sandra Ree said...

Beautiful!

Barbara said...

It's wonderful!

Sharon said...

What a lovely thank you gift!

Becky K in OK said...

What wonderful finishes. Loved the 4th of July one.

Yuko said...

What a wonderful piece you've made for 4th of July!
She must be thrilled and will treasure it for a long long time!!

Carol R said...

Hello Julianne - nice blog with great stitching and lovely photos

Goldie said...

That was very sweet of you to say, Julianne! Thank you! It was definately my pleasure to stitch for you! HUGS!!

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