Thursday, November 1, 2018

They Are Framed

Hello. It has been a long time ...... again.

I have finally framed two off my cross stitches I completed a while ago.  I then entered them into the local A&P show and got a 2nd and 3rd for them.

Currently I am beading my Mirabilia Woodland Fairy cross stitch I started in 2005 ...... Finally it will be finished.  I have not looked at it for a few years and now I know why ....beading arrggghh

Sunday, September 24, 2017

A Magazine and a Neglected Blog

I must really post more often on this blog and will try.  For those who do not follow my main blog I have been doing my Master of Nursing and finally last month passed and the recommendations and changes were approved 2 weeks ago so off to the printers now, which means more time for me.  

So far I have been reading lots of books .... lots.... and getting some stuff ready for the local A&P show in a few weeks time.  However I do need to get back into my first love which is cross stitch, and what would get me into the mood ..... a Christmas cross stitch magazine.

I have already chosen my first one and after getting the show bits finished I will get into it.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Cleaned Out the Competition

Last month I entered three cross stitches I had completed over the years in the local A&P show Home Industries section.

Well I would never have thought I would do it, but I cleaned out the cross stitch section with a 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

You may have seen these on my blog before but here they are.

A great day had and already planning is in progress for next years competition

Friday, December 20, 2013

Sheep Virtues 'Peace'

The third pattern called Peace in the Sheep Virtues series, designed by Little House Needleworks,

As with my others I still have the buttons to stitch on.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Sheep Virtues 'Love'

Here is my Sheep Virtues cross stitch Love is the second of the Sheep Virtues series, designed by Little House Needleworks,

I am enjoying stitching this series and have just joined up to stitch the Frosty Forest series by Cottage Country Needleworks and there is a blog called Frosty Forest SAL you can join to show your progress.

This looks like it going to be nice project to do with the first pattern now released.