Miss Marie – Parisville Needlepoint

Completed November, 2013

I do love to travel, and it’s great to have projects that are portable.
Actually, this quirky needlepoint from Tula Pink’s Parisville collection has been with me for approximately six months, and dragged through six cities on four continents.  She got a little stretched out, but I think she held up pretty well through all her travels.
I’d started making her for Dad’s wife, Goong (which is a Thai nickname translating to prawn or shrimpif the word sounds familiar), before realizing that there’s not a spare inch of wall space in their Bangkok apartment.  They have just started building a house in the North of Thailand, and there will be plenty of room for her once that’s completed, but who knows how long that will take.  Hopefully she won’t just end up in the spare bedroom with my elementary school “artworks.”

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Jane Victoria / Jolly and Delilah

Machine quilter and fabric enthusiast, currently living in Las Vegas, NV. www.jollyanddelilahquilts.com www.facebook.com/jollyanddelilah Twitter @jollyanddelilah Instagram @jollyanddelilah

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