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Monday 15 July 2019

DJ's July stitching's been a challenging month for me so far, but I'm happy to report that I've finished my challenge pieces for this month!  Here we go!

For the 12 Days of Christmas I chose the ornaments from the 1989 May issue of Cross Stitch and Country Crafts magazine.  Here is Seven Swans A Swimming.  This was stitched on 28 ct. over one on white linen.

For Christmas Carols the theme Let It Snow was chosen.  Here is Let It Snow by Plum Pudding NeedleArt I found in the 2013 Just Cross Stitch Ornament Issue.  This was stitched on 32 ct over one on light blue linen.

For July they chose the 2006 issue of Just Cross Stitch Ornament issue and I found this cutie Winter's Eve by Country Cottage Needleworks.  This was stitched on 32 ct over one on natural linen.

Off to work on something new.  Happy Stitching Everyone!


Khristine Doiron said...

They are lovely! Beautiful over one stitching!

Lili said...

Such a darling pieces!

meg said...

thank you for your lovely comment,wanted to pop over and love the stitching I just don't have the patience each piece is exquisite .

Rose said...

first thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your sweet comment :) second.............. AWESOME stitching!!!
brings back so many memories to me. i used to stitch years ago when i could still hold a needle. love working on 32 count linen.
have a great day and stitch on :)

Suzanne H said...

You must have the best eyes for all the one over one stitching you do. Such fine work.

Mary's Thread said...

Your tiny little stitches are perfection! I just love each and every one!

Honeybee said...

I have Winter's Eve on my stitched ornament tree, too! Your finishes look great!