Vintage UFOs lurking at the bottom of my (mostly knitting) UFOs. I think I picked these up at church rummage sales; never could resist anything textile related.
They come with threads as well...
No need to ask why they were not finished, life gets in the way, I suppose.
Much to good and interesting to waste. I shall package them up nicely and take them to my summer shows, but I'm not sure there will be much interest.
Very nice vintage embroidery projects. I was wondering why they were never finished....ReplyDelete
Oh, Bargellos are fun to do! Very 70'sReplyDelete
Oh, I too could contribute to your summer sales!!!!!:)))ReplyDelete
I've done bargello similar to that - and I wouldn't be a bit surprised that it will enjoy a resurgence before too long. The threads in the final project make my heart go pitty pat...silk.....oooooh.ReplyDelete
I am sure they will find some new good homes soonReplyDelete
I'm sure you will have no problems finding new homes for them. I sell a lot of Unfinished needlework on eBay and it is always very popular. I love the colours of those silk threads.♥ReplyDelete
They look lovely, I'm sure someone will want to finish them! :) xReplyDelete
these are so precious!! You never know, somebody may want them. I'm clean now too!! phew!ReplyDelete
Wow! what an amazing shop you have. I will come back for a long,wonderful browse. GillyReplyDelete
I run into all kinds of UFO's when I am out making my thrift shop runs. Sometimes I pick them up with intent to finish them myself or simply for the amazing threads left behind.ReplyDelete