September 4, 2021

I Can't Stop - And I Don't Want To...

Brynwood Needleworks - Embroidered Yellow Roses

I've been busy with this new idea. I've finished these pale yellow roses, and am nearly finished with another one. 
I've decided to call my embroidered zippered bags "Possibles Bags" because you can use them for almost anything. They'd make nice evening bags, makeup bags, or to hold your craft/needlework supplies. Just about anything you could possibly want to carry. 

I'll be sewing this and a second one over the weekend, and who knows, I may even work on a few more, too. Handsome and I will be home today, but we're going to watch Grandson play college football on Sunday. What are you planning for the holiday weekend?


  1. Another beauty, those Roses are awesome!
    We are having a friend over to grill out & have fun.:)

  2. Your embroidery is amazing! The flowers are beautiful, you are blessed with a great talent.

  3. Between FedEx golf and college football, hubby is looking forward to his at-home day. So am I, I hope to wrap up a project in the sewing room.

  4. Those rose are extraordinary! Wish I could be a little fly on your wall and watch how you created the large one. Well, actually no, I don't. I want to be right there, sitting beside you, so we can talk and laugh. Flies don't talk and laugh (altho' maybe they fly language).

  5. Very pretty! Hubby and I escaped to Hendersonville, NC for the weekend. Enjoying cooler weather, an apple festival, and gorgeous scenery. Considered the Biltmore House but having been several times, we decided to see new things! Enjoy your weekend.

  6. No...You should never stop creating your lovely Works of HeArt. I would also love to sit beside you and learn how you stitch those roses. Alas you are so far away from me however distance does not keep friendship away. Blessings Dear.


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Blessings, Donna