Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Needlepoint Project Completed!

Hello everyone, boy am I excited today!!! Do you remember the needlepoint piece I was working on for my antique slipper bench? If you want to read more about it please click here .
It took me 3 months to complete it and then it spent a month at the Upholsterer's Shop.
But wait, before I show you what it looks like now, I think we need that before picture...

Here is the piece when I first started working on it...
And here it is finished and on the bench!!! So exciting!

Well this is it for this post! Thankyou so much for taking the time to visit.
 If you are one of the many who will be affected by Hurricane Isaac, just know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God's mighty hand protect each one of you. And blogger friends, let's keep them in our prayers. Until next time...


  1. That is so beautiful, Gina! I LOVE it! Great job! Thanks for your prayers. We are supposed to be in Isaac's path though it's still pretty calm except for occasional winds....Christine

  2. Gina, what a transformation! This piece will make quite a statement in your bed chamber.

    Thanks for visiting and leaving the sweet comment on my Labor Day postcards. I did see these same cards at a postcard show another time. Some postcard dealer in your area will have them at some point.

    Have a great holiday weekend.

  3. Wow! Incredible! It looks just beautiful! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am your newest follower too! :)

  4. Absolutely beautiful! A zillion stitches. I love it.
    Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment, I love history now, didn't so much in school though.

  5. That's a gorgeous piece! You did an amazing job on the needlepoint and the bench itself is beautiful, too.

  6. Oh my goodness Gina. It's beautiful! You enhanced it so much. I see why it took you 3 months.....lots of detail.

  7. Dear Gina... Your needlepoint is gorgeous... It's amazing what a little love and patience will do...It's a good as new and maybe even better. Lovely work...Hugs

  8. looks great, i have done a lot of this in the past, can't see well now. Richard from My old Historic House.

  9. Gina,
    Me again!!

    Thanks for always stopping by and your sweet comments!!
    Yes, Joe did like his dresser!! He even took a pic of it and has it on his phone when he opens it up!!


  10. You did a fabulous job! It looks amazing. Love the lighter look you gave it. What a marvelous piece.

  11. Beautiful! Can't wait to see it on one of our Victorian visits!

  12. Beautiful job! And beautiful bench!....Still drooling.....Vanna