Sunday, May 20, 2012

Vintage Needlepoint

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My sister-in-law and I are huge fans of estate sales and like to stop by a few every Friday morning, if they are close by.  Sometimes we stop by again on Sunday if we see something, but would rather wait for the 30-50% off sale.  I'll be honest...I usually can't wait. :0)

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This beautiful rose needlepoint picture is a recent find for $5.00.

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I have a shabby chic/vintage look going on in my work/crafting area, so it's a perfect fit.

Thank you for stopping by!

14 comments:

Arlene Grimm said...

Great find!! All of us needleworkers know how much time went into that beautiful piece. So glad it found a nice home!

Mrs.T said...

How beautiful, Kelli! I'm sure the person who stitched it would be thrilled to know the piece ended up in the hands of someone who will cherish and appreciate it.

Betty Lou said...

Such a beautiful needlepoint, many hours must have gone into creating this lovely picture. It always makes me a sad when a treasured needlework is sold or discarded by the family, not appreciating it's beauty. Thank goodness you rescued this piece.

Anonymous said...

Hi Kelli!

What a beautiful picture! I love the color. It is just glorious! Hope your spring is going well.

God Bless,
Hillary

EllenaElizabeth said...

OH that cross stitched rose is just beautiful. I love vintage rose things and have found quite a few myself over the years. Thanks for sharing.

Julieann said...

Hi Kelli!!

The needle point is just lovely. I love to find things that have a story:)

Happy Monday.

Julieann

Just Mom said...

Seriously, Kelli, I know I've said this before but I need lessons from you in antiquing. Another great find!

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Very interesting... I really like it... Thank you so much...

Helen's Decor said...

Hi Kelli, I'm your newest follower, but I hope you might follow me on Linky as I am on WP. I have a gmail addy and I think that is why I can still log in. I found your blog by googling about decorating a garden gate and your gate came up near my post about my gate. How fun that you live in Texas..I'm a native, but now live in TN. Hope you will visit my blog, too. Love the color of your dining room.

Sandra said...

Oh that is just beautiful Kelli :)

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LBP said...

That is a beautiful rose needlepoint! I can just imagine the time someone put into that piece. Looks great in your craft room.

Blessings
Linda

Anonymous said...

LOVE IT!!! And for $5, what a steal!!!! I would not have been able to leave that there either as it matches my daughter's rooms perfect!!!

Marie said...

I like your new blog design--very pretty. I enjoyed a visit to your site since I haven't been by in a while. I sure do wish I was able to go with you to the Estate sales. You have found some wonderful treasures. Since I do needlepoint and have crocheted a tablecloth, I know the time it takes. It makes me happy to know hopefully there will be people to love and enjoy after I am gone.
Love,
Marie