Saturday, November 10, 2007

New crazy project finished

This weekend I worked on another CQ project. I stitched the the piece of CQ. It wasn't regular block. I do it in circle segment shape. I used a natural shades of color. I never don't used only this shades before and want to try them.


After this I embellished it and stitch 2 straight sides together. I hided a stitch under a piece of lace and sewed a circle bottom. This is the three sides of finished shape.








I don't know what the name of this thing but I love it! I think I can call it a Christmas ornament or just ornament.


If you have any idea let me know what it is.


I love this ornament so much and my family too that I do 2 more in other stile.


I used my buttons. There are ordinary buttons. I like then and can't call them bored. They are not!






I had a pleasure when I do them. Now I must to find a place for them. My be I'll Put them on my DaWanda shop for sale.



I love to do things. not to keep them.



Have a nice weekend.

20 comments:

Doreen G said...

I love them they are so simple but beautiful as well.

Susan said...

The shape is called cone, and I love yours! Those buttons are lovely additions, and these will be great ornaments for the holiday season. I liked seeing your picture laid out flat, too.

Malla said...

What a great idea! They look like little Christmas trees to me. They would look lovely in a small group! Can I borrow your idea?

Kelly said...

These are wonderful. They look like Christmas Trees to me, especially the way you have them decorated!

Sharon said...

They are wonderful Ira. For the holiday I see a cq tree ornament gift but after that I think I would like to use them for a cq pincushion as a gift too. Who would want to pack away something so pretty. Thanks for sharing.

NormaH said...

What unique Christmas trees. Just love the way you've used buttons to decorate them as well as the stitches. Like Malla, I think they would look great grouped. Would also look great placed across a fireplace mantle (for anyone who has one). You always do such beautiful stitching.

kerrykatiecakeskeb43 said...

These are so cool! They look like a little group of snow covered fantasy Christmas trees all sitting together!
Hugs,
Kerry

tangled stitch said...

They are wonderful! A lot of beauty stuffed into a little package. I hope you do very well with them.

Thelma said...

I love them, you did a great job.

dee said...

Your trees are lovely and I enjoyed the post where you showed how to make things from rick rack. Can't wait to see what's next. thanks for stopping by to visit me.

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

These are very pretty. They look like little Christmas trees in the snow.

Nadia said...

ciao!
grazie per aver visitato il mio blog, complimenti per i tuoi lavori, molto belli!!

Autum said...

Lovely!! I really like your ric-rack creations as well.

Heleen said...

Your x-mas ornaments are lovely! I love how you use the natural colours and buttons.

LimonVerde said...

Hi Ira,

I loved the right one especially ;)

Thank you for your nice comment.

Judy Scott said...

these 'cones' are beautiful and if you turn them the other way you can fill them with goodies and hang them with ribbon, Judy :)

Cyndi L said...

Those are *totally* adorable!

corry said...

Those christmas trees are wonderful! Thank you for your visit, now I can visit you too!

Paola B. said...

These ornaments are very "crazy" he, he, he...

purplepaint said...

Ira - I love these trees! How wonderful! Love your blog and your rick-rack flowers too! Thanks for visiting my blog and I'm adding you to my favorites. :) Marva