March Giveaway

Ok, here is your March giveaway. Please comment on THIS post to go into the draw for the postcard. Lots of fun stitches in this one - bullion roses. Drizzle stitch on the fan...look forward to hearing from you all.

27 comments:

Kathy R said...

OH, I love it! Keeping my fingers crossed.

Anonymous said...

Jo, very nice as usual! Sure wouldn"t mind winning! Debbie (Maine) rquirion@roadrunner.com

Karrin Hurd said...

So glad you are back, I have missed you!

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Karen said...

How pretty! Glad you are back, I know how it feels to be without your computer.

Anonymous said...

Oh Jo, you are really talented with the use of colors and stitches! Let me know...

Helina

corina said...

lovely card!

belle said...

Nice to have you back, my early morning cuppa wasn't the same without you :)

Love that pretty card....

LouAnne said...

Very Pretty! and I join the others in saying "welcome back". I've never actually seen a fabric postcard in person. Can you actually mail it? I'd be afraid of ruining such a beauty!

Lori said...

Hello Jo..Nice work on the cards. I would love to see your work in person, I would be sure to learn something from that block!

Melissa said...

I love all of your work. You are such an inspiration.

Boyett-Brinkley said...

What a lovely card! I am so enjoying reading your blog and viewing your impeccable needlework! What inspiration!

Melissa

katelnorth said...

It's lovely, Jo. And I really like that arch stitch you use on the one above...

gaylenona said...

Very striking color scheme. I'm planning a red, black and white wall hanging for a gift. You've given me some great ideas. And, oh yes, I'd love to be the proud owner of this one.

Gerry Krueger said...

As you know I'm about your biggest fan of your seams. This year is going to be my "year of seams" and will try lots of yours with your permission. It isn;t that I don't like to do seams. It's always get so ahead of myself on the embellishing. Then oops...

I have started looking at your blog starting back to 2005 and see a distinct difference in your stitching from then. The only word I can thing to use is gorgeous but tense and now it's so confident, even, relaxed, and elegant. What a legacy....

Lynne in Hawaii said...

Your work is incredible! Wow, I love it!

sossy said...

Have to say that I have been lucky enough to see your work in person through the RR and it is amazing. I have been studying it closely to learn. You are an amazing stitcher (is that even a word?):)

Simona Tedeschi said...

I missed your posts so welcome back on line to inspire me!

AngelDoll said...

I LOVE this and your other CP projects. Black is one of my favorite colors for crazy patch work too...so dramatic! Beautiful work Jo. You are very talented and motivate me to do more. I would love to win this!

Janet said...

What patience you have!

jasminduft said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! I love the color combination and the roses! Thanks a lot for the change to win one of your pieces of art!

Sharon said...

I am so glad that you are back...it is always a pleasure to see your beautiful work....thanks for sharing with all of us

Diane said...

Oh my, that is one gorgeous postcard. The bullion roses immediately drew my eye, but then I saw the fan tail and love the way it ripples. I couldn't tell what stitch that was from the photo. Would you mind sharing what it was? TIA and hugs to you, Diane www.dianem.wordpress.com

Jo in NZ said...

Diane, the stitch you like is "drizzle" stitch. You will find how to do it in Sharon B's online stitch dictionary.

Cindy said...

I love your work. You really inspire me to do my best.
Cindy

Diane said...

I love your postcard and especially like that drizzle stitch on the fan. A new fan, Diane

Judy said...

I so love your imaginitive designs...I have learned so much and look forward to every post.