Thursday, 26 January 2012

Doodle Page - Flower Bed

For my own doodle page I had selected a piece of fabric cut from a thread-bare Liz Claiborne blouse that had I had been saving for just such an occasion. I asked the other participates to embroider me a garden and to get it started I doodled an aster, inspired by Lesley Turpin-Delport in Just Flowers. Then I sent my page on its travels starting in Australia.

Sadly, after Dian added her embroidery and sent my page on the next leg of its journey, it went astray. I cannot be too upset; this is part and parcel for Round Robins and worldwide exchanges. My main regret is that I will never get to see Dian’s original embroidery in my garden. Jo who was next in the Round Robin, made a replacement page from fabric in her stash and Dian very kindly embroidered some flowers for my garden a second time. Not only that, but Dian also did a doodle of an aster similar to the one I had originally done.










I am very pleased to say that my page then completed the Round Robin without a hitch before coming home to me.


Thank you, Robins, for the beautiful garden that you stitched for me.

Happy Stitching

4 comments:

Rachel said...

A delightful garden indeed!

Angela said...

I am just now catching up on my blog reading and have so enjoyed reading all the stories from the doodle pages. What a lovely robin to have been in.

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