Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Season Petites Luggage Tag

Mother's Day is fast approaching so I made this small gift to give to my cousin who always includes me at her holiday dinners. This is from a Brightneedle leaflet, "Season Petites". I used a cafe mocha fabric from Enchanted Fabrics and a Moda fabric lining. It was hard to find one fabric for the stitching that would make all the seasons 'pop'. I changed the lettering colors at least to be darker to show up better.

18 comments:

Ginnie said...

Lovely idea and great finish.

Miss 376 said...

What a lovely finish

Olenka's Stitches said...

Annie,
Your luggage tag is gorgeous, it will make a lovely present!

Ranae said...

I just love these things and you pick the neatest designs for them.
keep up the great stitching and finishing

Vonna said...

How pretty and what a ingenious finish!

Annette said...

What a lovely finish, it a great gift.

Mylene said...

You sure been busy stitching. That is such a lovely luggage tag. I just love the designs you have chosen for it. I am sure she will love it.

Daffycat said...

Perfectly finished! This design makes a great tag!

Sandra said...

Beautiful tag Annie!!! You need to share with us the secret, where do you find those turbo needles? You have so many lovely finishes in so little time!

amo artesanato said...

Beautiful blog, beautiful work

abraços

Siobhan said...

That is just adorable!! What a great present--I'd be hard pressed to part with it! ;)

mainely stitching said...

It's gorgeous!

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

What a lovley luggage tag? Pretty and practical!

Rachel S said...

that is so cool. You are such a talented finisher.

Jenny said...

A perfect gift for the hostess! I am sure she will love it :-)

Nancy said...

This is beautiful! I have never seen these designs before, and I love how you finished them!

LeCanardQuiBrode said...

Congratulations, it's wonderful !!! I love this pattern !!
Sorry for my english ... I'm french :p

Mylene said...

Hallo Annie, about the finishing of the flatfold earlier, i didn't used glue, actually i don't used glue for pinkeeps or flatfold, i used the lacing type which ussually used for framing.
Can't find your email address so, hope you will see this.
Hope you are having a good week.