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Sunday, 31 January 2016

I nearly made it on time!



Hi lovelies, 
Here is my January Christmas Ornie (yes, I know dear Jo, it is another possibly-too-big-to-be-an-Ornie finish - lol!), but I just loved this design when I saw it:




Deck the Halls by Prairie Schooler, Book #81
32 ct Willow Linen, DMC threads.

In the spirit of full disclosure, I have made at least two errors (😂). I wonder if you can spot them? 


Uh oh!  Big Ooops! The lovely Carol has pointed out a third error - I forgot Santa's belt!  See the photos below for the finally finished version! Thanks, Carol!






Hugs, Kaye

P.S. Everyone has been lovely and said that they can't see the errors but there are two - top right corner and bottom right corner.


13 comments:

  1. I can see why you liked this one; it's full of Prarie Schooler charm:)

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  2. It is a lovely piece.. So are you going to tell us the errors

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  3. So lovely, Kaye. First I thought, what does that have to do with music? lol, but then I saw the Fa-la-la. I'm already old, I just need a bit longer, lol. And no, I haven't detected the errors.

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  4. So nice!! And I don't see an errors, it is perfect :)

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  5. Your spelling passes my spell check so I don't really mind what the errors are!
    It would make a great ornie for those massive trees you see in shopping centres.

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  6. Thanks, Ladies, so glad that you like it!

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  7. It really is a beautiful design!
    Prairie Schooler never fails :-)

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  8. Fantastic piece!! So beautiful colours!!

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  9. Gorgeous finish Kaye.... nope can't see the errors :o)
    Hugs xx

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