Sunday, May 27, 2007

Love at First Sight

I can finally reveal my last PIF gift to Debbie. When I was in the process of picking a design for her she was due to have her baby so I wanted to do something for her but also a gift for baby Ian. The design is called Love at First Sight from Bobbie G. Designs. I really had fun putting this one together because it made me think about the ones I made for my kids when they were born.

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This morning I was going to start on making Floral Fantasy into a biscornu when I realized I was one stitch short(48x49) on both the front and back piece. So now I have to make some adjustments and I really didn't feel like attempting it today.

I have decided to start (tomorrow) Above the Clouds by TW. This one was all kitted up so I am going to go ahead and use the Aida fabric that was in it. I will be working on this one on Mondays for the TW SAL on the FGBB. It's a start to getting my rotation back together:)

Have a great night!

13 comments:

BeckySC said...

What a cute PIF :)

Renee said...

I am working on Above the Clouds right now and would strongly recommend AGAINST stitching it on Aida! There are a ton of fractionals and in my opinion, Aida would be a nightmare!

ollie1976 said...

Great job!
-Jen

Jennifer said...

How cute! (What's a PIF?)

Dee said...

Cute baby hanger. It's so true too.

Pam said...

That's adorable Dawn! =)

Carla said...

cute PIF!! I'm sure the recipient loves it :)

Margaret said...

What an adorable PIF for Debbie. So special that you made this with her little one in mind.

stitcherw said...

Your PIF turned out adorable, and how perfectly timed. Looking forward to seeing Above the Clouds start up, TW pieces are always so gorgeous.
Sue

Aussie Stitcher said...

That is such a cute design.

Joanne

Mylene said...

That's a cute design and you have finished it so neat!

tkdchick said...

Adorable!!!

Jenna said...

Beautifully done and well-chosen. You have been so thoughtful in all of your PIFs and they turned out wonderfully!