Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Pennies from Heaven ~ Volume 16


Happy Birthday Mom!!!
Over the weekend, it was Mom's birthday, so we took a quick trip down to celebrate.
Mom has been busy this winter and had lots of finishes to share...


"Is It Spring Yet?" design by Maggie Bonanomi
Mom's is on top and mine is on the bottom.
How appropriate just about now :)


I always like to see how we do things a bit differently.
I love Mom's daffodil leaves on top.
On mine (bottom) I did two eggs in wool and one in velvet.


Mom (top) used a black button for the eye
I used a scrap of wool.
I think that they are both keepers!


"Early Family Sampler" design by Cee Rafuse of Early Style Penny Rugs


Mom did this one to celebrate our family.
I love how she slightly stuffed the people. She adjusted it to have two daughters five years apart :)
(I'm the little one.)


She also added a turtle and a rabbit as we had those as pets growing up.


"Wild Hares and Hollyhocks" design by Kathy Cardiff for Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine, Spring 2016


I love the plaid background and the beads that she added to the flowers! Lovely!


My personal favorite!
Maggie Bonanomi for Country Sampler Girls Club 2016.
I have this kit in my stash and must complete before fall.


Mom's work is absolute perfection!


"Pinecones" design by Carolyn Snyder for Cricket Street Wool


Love this! All the textures and dimensions!


And all those embroidered pine needles!


February Hexi Word Door Greeter
by Buttermilk Basin

Isn't this awesome!


Mom added tiny seed beads on each of the blocks.


I love the added detail that they provide.


Mom had made hearts runners for my sister and I and now she has one of her own.


I love the wools that she chose.


And finally, Rebekah L. Smith's "Wooly Pocket" kitted by Attic Heirlooms.


So sweet hanging on a peg rack.


I did catch a sneak peek of Mom's next project, shhh! Don't tell her that I peeked! ;)

Although I have several wool projects in process, I decided to start a new project for our little road trip to Mom's. I'll be back with that soon!

There is still time to enter my little Arizona trip giveaway. Be sure to go here to enter!

  Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?”
~John 11:25-26

Hope your birthday was a happy one, Mom! We sure enjoyed it!

Blessings, Patti

13 comments:

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Patti,
WOW! Your mom has been REALLY BUSY!!
Hope she had a wonderful Birthday!!
Each one of her pieces is beautiful but my favorite is the first one because it has my initials, J B!!!! You both do fabulous work!!!!!
Thanks for sharing!
Heart Hugs~
Julie

Linda said...

You're Mom's work is amazing ALL the PIECES are just beautiful I couldn't pick a favorite but the family in wool is a very nice Hope you're mom had a very nice Birthday

linda m

marly said...

Wow. What a productive needle artist! Hope she enjoyed her birthday. The family piece is so sweet but the pine cones are my favorite.

pamela.abate1228 said...

Your mom does beautiful work! Love each and every one. The family one is adorable.
Happy Birthday!
Pam

denise said...

beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!

Prims By The Water said...

OMG Patti all of these are just A M A Z I N G. Those pinecones look so real, and the bunny one with the flowers, and the hearts and pumpkin. I could go on and on...just wonderful! Janice

Shelly said...

Lots of wool loveliness! Your mother is quite talented and you're not so bad yourself. The family piece is adorable!

Marilyn said...

Both your and your Mom's work are all so beautiful.
And those Pinecones!
The family piece is too cute.
Glad your Mom is enjoying the wool work so much.
Marilyn

Marcia said...

I hope your Mom had a wonderful birthday. Your work and your Mom's is beautiful.
My favorite?.........the Family piece. I love that she added your childhood pets!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Your mom's work is perfection. She has been B.U.S.Y!!! All the finishes are lovely and it was nice seeing hers and yours together.
Happy stitching :)
Lauren

moosecraft said...

Wow! So many pieces and ALL are beautiful! :-)

annie said...

Both of you are fabulous artists!
I love it when you share her work too!
Can't pick s favorite!

Heartland Stitcher said...

Wow! All these projects are gorgeous!!