Wednesday, May 17, 2006


This will be a quick stop in. My dad is in the hospital and I'll be heading out shortly. This is another of the designs from Aon-Celtic interpreted in needle punch. It's a Celtic Tree of Life. I love the pattern and made it for myself but somehow my mom ended up with it on her shirt. Funny how that happens. *g* Ok, don't laugh (well, not too loudly anyway) but I also made some Celtic design Christmas ornaments last December and sent them to Clay Aiken. I know, I know, they most likely never even got to him but what can I say? I just love the guy dearly. At any rate, this was one of the designs I used but for my tree ornaments I use one strand of the colored floss and one strand of a metallic floss (in this case I used a colorless irridescent thread) to give it some sparkle. I backed it with some pretty seasonal felt and a gold ribbon loop to attach it to the tree and also added a beaded trim around the outside to finish it off.


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4 comments:

Shell said...

I hope you dad is doing better. The Christmas ornaments sound very nice. I have enjoyed seeing all of the needle punch projects that you have done.

pandarose said...

I hope your father is doing okay. Thanks so much for sharing pictures of your work. I think they are beautiful. I hope Clay got to see the ones you sent to him.

myclaystation said...

You do such beautiful workl. Also hope your father is doing okay.

The ConCLAYve-Nan said...

That is absolutely beautiful - I love the colors.

Sending good thoughts to you and your dad.