Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Weekend Stitching

It was a profitable weekend stitching wise :) I managed to get the stitching finished on the Silkwood Manor Needlepark.

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And I got the pouch assembled for the 3 in and 3 down (latest Essies Friends piece from Elegant Stitch). It's been a long time since I did any stitching that wasn't counted but I really enjoyed doing this. Here it is on it's own:

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And here it is with the other smalls that where part of the series.

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Thank you for all the comments on Dragon Ride, Annemarie asked me how long I'd been stitching him so I checked my stitching journal - I started on the 21st June 2005. I'm hoping that I can just squeeze finishing him in under two years LOL. I should also add that it's only been this year that I have made him a focus piece in my rotation. The first piece of cross stitch that I ever did was also a TW dragon, The Castle so I guess you could say that I started as I meant to go on LOL.

13 comments:

Itching To Stitch said...

Oh, what lovely things you've finished. You must be very pleased ;)

Barbara said...

Those smalls are so adorable!! I just love them. :) And your needlepark is gorgeous!!

Paula said...

They all look gorgeous.

Carol said...

Congratulations - you certainly were productive!

BeckySC said...

WOW! You have some lovely finishes! You always do such lovely work :)
Congratulations!

xstitch.nl said...

That's an amazing collection of finishes!! Really beautiful!

Isabelle said...

The needlepark is so beautiful!! You have a lovely collection of smalls :)

KarenV said...

Love the needlepark, it's really pretty!

The EF smalls look great - love the little wool pocket.

ollie1976 said...

Everything looks great-nice work!
-Jen

Trina said...

Wonderful stitching Karoline.

Katrina in NZ said...

Your set of smalls is all just lovely.

Susan said...

They are beautiful, Karoline! I love the colors!

tkdchick said...

YOur ES pieces are pretty