Monday, January 3, 2011

A Finish from 2010

This is a piece I finished in 2010 and it somehow found it's way into my closet. I am someone who usually gets my pieces framed within weeks of finishing them, not sure what happened with this one. This was a fun stitch, except for the 1/1. I'm not fond of 1/1, especially on 40ct linen. This is part of a series, I have several of the other charts but I'm not sure I'll get them stitched this year :)

Plum Street Samplers
Stories to Live By.....Noah
40ct Daily Grind by R and R Reproductions
Crescent Color Threads

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9 comments:

Catherine said...

Great piece! I used to always frame my things right away -- then we had kids and well, their needs come first!

Melissa said...

What a cute piece! Congratulations on the finish, particularly on the 1/1!

Pumpkin said...

I LOVE IT! I'll have to look that pattern up and add it to my wish list :o)

vEr0n!c@ said...

Thank you for dropping by my blog :)

What a cute design. I don't believe I've seen it before. 40 count linen! Over one too. And I'm already hesitating on stitching on 36 count linen. Guess I really shouldn't be.

Take care and Happy New Year!

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Noah turned out great! I love the ark scene at the bottom! Great job on the 1/1 on 40!!

Lesleyanne said...

A lovely finish.

Lizzy said...

Lovely finish... and I'm glad you found it! And congratulations on your daughter's engagement... I just love the design you chose to stitch for her... it's just gorgeous and sure to be a treasured heirloom... so perfect for the occasion!

Wishing you much joy, love and Blessings abounding with loads of peaceful stitching thyme in the New Year...

Margaret said...

I'm glad you found my blog too! I love yours! You are stitching so many pieces that I love! Congrats on your daughter's engagement too. And that speeding ticket. Ouch! Love your recent finishes!

Sally said...

What a gorgeous finish. Don't think I've seen that one before.

Congratulations to your daughter on her engagement. Love the piece you're stitching for her.