Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Brynwood Needleworks and Sweet Donna's Gift

I do feel so blessed by Donna, as she gifted me one of her needle keeps.
It is so sweet to hold in your hand, there are 2 pockets for needfull things, and layers of soft fine wool for needles and pins.
 I started playing with it and before you know it I had added,,, some,,,things. They just jumped in there.
Donna is wonderfully talented, you can visit her at  Brynwood Needleworks
Thank you so much Donna!


Brynwood Needleworks said...

You're the talent, dear Marcie. Look what wonderful things you added. You made my needle keep look truly special.
Happy New Year, Friend.

Joan said...

Thanks for sharing Marcie! I went to Donna's website and was blessed with seeing the sweet baby shoe pincushions and button jars!
Hope your New Years is the best yet!

The Feathered Nest said...

Donna's work is always so beautiful!!! And with your loving touch Marcie ~ it's even more wonderful! I'm so glad you won!!! I hope your week is going great sweet friend, xxoo, Dawn

Sharon said...

Marcie what a sweet wonderful gift for a very nice person. Happy New Year! Sharon

Jonny J Petros said...

Beautiful gift- I never seen anything like that- I have girlfriends that are quilters and that would make a wonderful gift. Thank You for sharing. I also love the booklet in the middle of your banner with the words on it and picture. Beautiful! Sincerely Jonny

Martha said...

What a wonderful gift!

Linda K. said...

It really is sweet and coming from Donna's hands makes it special too.
You're a pretty special gal yourself!


Mimi said...

HI Marcie!!!
Very talented work!!!!
i would love to be able to do that!!!!That baby quilt i started a while back is very close to being done, but not nearly as nice as that!!!!! Happy New Year

Diane said...

This is lovely! And such a pretty, convenient and safe place to keep needles handy! I tend to keep them in their purchased packages - not so pretty!
This is a lovely idea I might "borrow" for creating one of my beaded and stitched works on a cover. I've never thought of needle keepers. Thank you for the inspiration!