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Friday, 6 April 2018

Feeling up to date and super organised!

Wow! I have actually caught up and I have chosen May's design already and plan to start it tomorrow (New Start Sunday) - I am so chuffed!

Here we are:

January:  Fa La La by Little House Needleworks. I did change the right hand carol singer's dress to blue as I thought it would be prettier (and somehow their dresses got longer to hide their boots - but we won't talk about that - lol!)


March: 2015 2018 Years ago by WDC Needlework (from Just Cross Stitch Christmas Ornaments 2015).  I made quite a few alterations to the original design but I am thrilled with how this turned out.



April: Frosty Friends by Blue Ribbon Designs from Just Cross Stitch Christmas Ornaments 2017.


These finishes are all the by-product of being stuck home for five days with Gastric Flu (no fun at all!) so I suppose it just goes to show that there is always a silver lining!




hugs, 



10 comments:

Khristine Doiron said...

I love all of them!!! Glad you are on the mend. I was home this week for a few days with the flu but I was no where near as productive as you were!

Brigitte said...

Great choices for all the months, Kaye.
Good to know that you are feeling better.

Mary H said...

What a great set of ornaments! I’m glad you pulled through and were able to use your down time productively!

Mary said...

So glad you are feeling better. Your finishes are all lovely.

Suzanne Harkinson said...

So very pretty. I'm glad you are feeling better.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

So sorry you've been ill but what a great excuse to get some stitching done!

Faith... said...

Beautiful stitching Kaye! I love your Frosty Friends.

Stitching Noni said...

Great way to spend your sick days! While gastro isn't pleasant it it good to see there was a silver lining :o)
lovely finishes!

Rita said...

You were able to find something positive about having the flu! I love all of your ornaments. Hope you're back to normal now.

Daniela Bencúrová said...

Such lovely stitching!