Thursday, July 06, 2006

Emma's Garden


Here she is .. Finally! That last bit seemed to take forever. She is on Twilght Blue Linen from Wichelet and I changed the blues in the dress to yellow shades. Otherwise she is as charted - well I wouldn't guarentee the lace is exactly as charted - but as best as I could tell it is as charted. ;)

She just needs a wash and press and then framing. I will enter her in the fair this year and then she will be a gift for my niece's 1st birthday in Sept. :)

12 comments:

M said...

OK. Yes, she's beautiful ... but what's up with EVERYthing you make being so nice that I'm gonna run outta adjectives by the end of the month?!!

My GAWD ... that lace ... incredible. Really. I'm not speechless, but I came dang close. And that's saying something. :o)

M said...

I looked at it HUGE ... even BETTER. I wish I had that sort of talent.

Autumn said...

Congratulations on getting it finished....finally! LOL I'm sure it'll do great in the fair.

Terri said...

Congratulations! I got so tickled reading how it went on and on and on! If you get a chance can you share an upclose of the "lace" at the bottom?

Jill in CA said...

Beautiful, Jenny!!! I have always loved this design and even have it kitted and waiting. One of these days...

Michelle said...

Wow! Just beutiful! The lace is amazing. Congrats on your finish.

Shannon L. said...

oh she is gorgeous !!!

Heather said...

She is very pretty, well done on such a lovely finish.

Carol said...

I love your Emma's Garden - just wonderful! You should be sooo proud!

Karoline said...

Congratulations Jen, she's beautiful

Lelia said...

jenny: Oh how beautiful. You did an excellent job! Will keep my fingers crossed for a blue ribbon on this piece :D I'm very sure you have more than 12 people reading your blog -- not everybody leaves comments

( yeah, i have the chart & maybe one of these years ... )

RoseAnn said...

Did you follow the instruction regarding bleaching the fabric? I want to work this piece but I just can't bring myself to bleach the fabric and haven't thought of an alternative.