Saturday, March 20, 2010

Hearts Left Behind


Hearts Left Behind
Hester's Needle
32ct. Belfast home-coffee/tea dyed
DMC as charted
Started on January 20, 2010
Finished on March 20, 2010

Special thanks to Melissa for letting me borrow her pattern.

17 comments:

Becky K in OK said...

It's so beautiful.

Shari said...

how pretty.... you did a great job. Am I assuming this is in memory of your parents?

FayeRaye said...

Stunning~~ I know both of your parents are smiling down on you my friend....You did an excellent job commemorating them~ I know when you look at that, it will put a smile on your face~ Good job.

staci said...

Oh Jill, it's so lovely! What a beautiful and loving tribute!!!

ohiofarmgirl said...

You did a great job and in such a short amount of time...good for you.
I just saw your note about the peppermint creamer...I love it and I didn't know it was still available but I will be hunting it for sure!! Thanks for letting us know. Dianntha

Kim B said...

This is a gorgeous finish! What a very special piece.

Karen said...

its gorgeous Jill! great stitching!!

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

Very pretty and what a lovely remembrance.

April Mechelle said...

Beautiful !!! I like it very much !!

Nic said...

What a nice memorial for your parents. I hope that many happy memories came to you as you worked on it, and that they are embedded in the stitches.

LindataxPA said...

Jill - What a beautiful and loving piece to show your love for two very special people.

Linda B

Daffycat said...

Oooo, a beautiful finish Jill! Congratulations!

Siobhan said...

What a beautiful sampler--a lovely rememberance.

Missy Ann said...

You're very welcome Jill. It's a pleasure to see the lovely work you did stitching it.

Suzanne said...

That's a beautiful design, congratulations on this finish!

Vonna said...

A beautiful and special design for you to celebrate the lives of two special people. I think its wonderful!

Kathy said...

Oh my. This is just beautiful! I love it. Love the colors. Love the sentiment. I'm sitting here trying not to get too choked up. You see I read it and immediately thought of my Mom. This is perfect.