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Sunday, July 1, 2012

Concentration

Learning to embroider takes a bit of concentration. :)


- Posted using BlogPress from my iPad

17 comments:

Carol said...

What a cute picture!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Look how intent! Lovely!

Gail said...

What a wonderful photo.

I must admit, I never took to embroidery like Momma thought I should. I love the cross stitch and there it ends.

That does not keep me from admiring the talent.

Linda said...

She is completely determined to do her very best...A memory photo...Remember when they were called "Kodak Momemts?"

Michelle said...

What a wonderful thing to learn!

Garden of Egan said...

What a cute girl!
Such a great skill and a lost art.

Julie Fukuda said...

A good time to begin learning too. I wonder why my childhood pictures show me playing in the dirt. (No flash attachments way back then?) Yea progress!

Grammasheri said...

Awww, what a sweet picture!

Madame Samm said...

Lovely photo of yes concentration

nanny said...

I sure loved to embroider when I was her age....my grandmother taught me.

I would still enjoy it, if I would just take the time.

big B said...

Wonderful picture! It does take a lot of concentration to embroider!

Karin said...

So sweet! A new generation of crafters in the making!♥

sharnymcclarny said...

I love your blog background. It reminds me of where I grew up in lake country. If you look at previous posts, you will see the train case as it began ... nasty and grungy. Paid $3 for it and spent two days cleaning it up!

Grammy Staffy said...

What a sweet picture. I don't know how to blog from my iPad. Could you teach me how to do it?
Have a great week. Hugs, Lura

Gmama Jane said...

Such a sweet sweet picture!! How old is she?
Jane

Dee M said...

Very nice, and so sweet to see a young embroiderer! Thanks for a chance to win!

Catherine said...

So cute. I like to see youngsters learning handwork. I need a magnifier as well as concentration!