Sunday, March 15, 2009

Primitive ornaments SAL - Noel

The 15th of this month came very quickly with being at the hospital most of this week. I am sorry to be so late in the day but here is the third ornament of the SAL. This month, we are doing a universal Christmas word - Noel.

Once again, you can click on my chart photo to enlarge it and print it out. This ornament uses beads under each of the three bells.

Here is a slideshow of all the photos I have received so far. I am thrilled to see the various results and have really enjoyed seeing how everyone is finishing their own ornaments. Another idea for finishing is to complete each ornament and save it until all the ornaments are stitched at which time you can sew them together into a little quilt.

I have also decided to hold a giveaway each month from the photos entries received. Jos has just drawn the name of the first winner. Susan will be receiving a little gift in the mail very soon. I will look forward to next month's ornament and giveaway. I can't wait to see your results.


Nancy said...

All of them came out so well. I know Barbara waits for the 15th of the month. I hope she is ok, we haven't heard from her. This one is just as cute as the others. Everyone is doing a super job.
Love Mom
Congratulations to the winner

Daffycat said...

Another great little chart! Thank you, Heidi!

Maggie said...

Heidi all the ornament finishes look lovey, it's great to see how differently everyone finishes their peice.

DebbieSFL said...

Thanks for sharing Heidi, and I'm so glad that you are doing well.

Linda said...

Hi Heidi...I'm so happy you are doing well and are home.
I love the latest ornament and the bells with the bead will be fun to do. I finished Let it Snow but still need to to the finishing for one and two...I best get busy. Take care and with each day I hope you feel stronger...hugs, Linda

Barbara said...

Heidi, I love this new ornament. I am really enjoying doing these ornaments each month. I can't believe I will have twelve new ornaments for my tree this year. Thank you so much for making these wonderful design available to us. I love the slideshow, it is so much fun seeing how everyone is finishing their ornaments.

I am so glad you are home and I hope you are doing well. Is Dagi managing any better? I loved his Blog story about Mommy.

Hugs and Love,

mainely stitching said...

Another lovely little chart, Heidi! I hope you're feeling better!!

Susan in SC said...

How wonderful! I hope the Susan was me!! I love the designs. I need to get stitching again. Tomorrow is looking like a nice stitching evening. It's good to have you home, Heidi!!

Susan in SC

Anonymous said...

Hi Heidi, hope you are feeling well and thank you for another cute design! I have just printed the pattern so tomorrow I will do some relaxing stitching!
And it is so nice to see all those different finishes!

hazel c UK said...

Hello Heidi, So pleased to see you blogging again and hope you are beginning to feel a little better. I like the March ornament and hopefully will stitch it up soon. My grand daughter was thrilled with "Believe" which I had put into her birthday box last month.
Love Hazel (UK)

Pondside said...

Another little beauty! I'm enjoying these and saving the charts for a quiet time.

Roberta said...

Hi Heidi, glad to hear you are feeling better, though I know you still have to wait before all is known and done with.

This latest ornament is very cute,you do good!! ;o)

Prayers and Hugs -- Roberta

Anonymous said...

Heidi, bedankt voor de leuke patroontjes.
Ik heb de eerste 2 nu geborduurd alleen nog afwerken.

voor spoedig herstel gewenst !!

marian'ne m van :

Anonymous said...

Hallo Heidi,fijn dat je je weer een beetje beter voelt!
Wat heb je een leuke slide-show gemaakt!Bedankt voor het nieuwe patroontje...;-))
liefs,Marianne D

Anonymous said...

weer zo'n mooi patroontje! dank je wel!
voor nu sla ik ze nog op, ik hoop later in het jaar er mee aan de slag te gaan.

ik hoop dat het goed met je gaat.

Brigitte said...

... and another one downloaded. The more I see of these primitive style ornaments the more I love them. Thank you so much, Heidi, for creating them and sharing them with us.