Sunday, December 31, 2017

Updated for photos

Update with photos

This is for the WIP SAL and now fits
in with the end of the year.

First Three things with 2 close-ups that I can't change direction on.




Next is my Orts "jar" for the year



 Merry Brew
Upside Down
(sorry)



the 2017 Mystery SAL
Linens and Things
the bottom is December's band
Obviously not complete.



EGA Christmas Tree
(canvas work)
I decided to make it a two-sided ornament
the center of it now is the seam
(thin white area which surrounds the gold)


There are several more WIPs that need attention
but for now this is the current work.

Check out the rest of the SAL stitchers






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Thought of the Day


Today (New Year's Eve 2017)
is the only day when
all adults were born in the 1900's
and
all minors were born in the 2000's.

Happy New Year!

10 comments:

Robin in Virginia said...

Interesting graphic! I hadn't thought about it like that. Wishing you a peaceful and bright New Year.

K Reeves said...

I think the December band on Linens is going to make a spectacular finish on that piece! You have accomplished quite a lot on many projects this time.WOW! Beautiful working al, if them!

Anonymous said...

Your sampler looks lovely and the Linen and Threads Mystery SAL is on my to-do list. Your version looks fabulous.

Anonymous said...

you've been really busy again ^^

Lbick said...

They all are beautiful
Happy New Year

marly said...

That large sampler is spectacular. And big!! I really like Merry Brew's house even upside down. Happy new year!

Magpie Sue said...

A finish for the end of the year! How perfect! It looks great too. Wonderful progress on the other projects as well. Thanks for the statistic about adults and minors; I hadn't run across that yet. Very interesting. Here's to a happy new year full of fun and stitching!

Hillview Embroidery said...

You’ve been busy and these pieces look fabulous! Happy new year to you 😊

Anonymous said...

Looking great all of them!!! Happy New Year!!!!!

Robin in Virginia said...

I returned to see your stitching. What lovely pieces you shared! I like the quote in the Charlie Brown graphic. It should be charted; I would definitely stitch it.