Monday, September 14, 2009

Lingerie Bag in Black

I’ve finished the second of my two lingerie bags. The first one (found here) was stitched using white floss. Today’s finish is stitched in black.


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You know what I just realized in looking at the picture I took of my finished bag? If you look at it just right, it looks like a jack o’lantern face in a really strange kind of way. Just goes to show it doesn’t take much to make me smile and that my imagination is, shall we say, a bit different.

Resources

Although I listed them in my August post about working on this project, I’ll repeat the French sources of my materials and cross-stitch chart used for making the lingerie bags:

  • Picque & Picque home page
  • Picque & Picque lingerie bag
  • Picque & Picque cross-stitch chart leaflet

9 comments:

Thimbleanna said...

June! Step Away from the cross-stitch LOL! Very, very pretty!

Mrs. Staggs said...

LOL! So funny! We share that same odd sense of humor.

You amaze me June, with how quickly you finish things. I like the simplicity of the black on that linen. Very nice.

Storybook Woods said...

So French and beautiful. I think this may be my favorite think you have ever made xoxox Clarice

kim said...

LOLOLOL!
My daughter and I got our *girls* fitted while she was here!

I received my package and I finished the cross stitch project last night. I posted picture though of my package. Go see!!

I am so glad we are friends. :)

Garden4fun said...

Ooh la, la - c'est magnifique!

;-)
Barbara

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

It does look like a very happy smiling face! Hmmmmm...I guess black lingerie can make many smile in many ways...lol

Bridgett said...

I see it too! LOL

)O(
boo

Cmmc97 said...

WOW that looks fancy Junie Moon! Really beautiful work.

Beth from Upstate NY said...

Rene Magrite's painting "The Rape" has a female torso that looks like a scary face.