Thursday, 12 January 2012

A January Start and Finish

Well January got off to a good start with a finish...this is a coffee design I did for my husband.
by Plum Street Samplers

I've also been working on my Great Escape SAL, here it is with part 7 done...
The Great Escape
designed by Abi Gurden
The Stitch Specialists

Part 4 has finally been started on my Castles in the Air, here's what I managed to do whilst watching the first episode of series 2 of Sherlock....
Castles In The Air
Papillion Creations

I've also been working a bit on Mary Wigham, here she is...

An update on my Noah's Ark, still on page 1 but getting there...
Noah's Ark Cut Thru
Bothy Threads

It was a full moon earlier in the week so here's my 1st TUSAL vase....lots of room for my orts to go into :-)

12 comments:

  1. Lots of lovely stitching Jo. I love the coffee design you have finished.

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  2. ooo love the cita and the mary wigham .... must get mine out ..lol hope your shoulder is improving every day :) love mouse xxxxx

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  3. Lovely progress, Jo! Everything is coming along nicely! I have the Plum Street one in my stash! I just might have to bring that one out! Thanks for sharing!

    Melissa J.

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  4. Everything looks great, need to get back to working on my Great Escape.

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  5. Very cute coffee design. Can't wait to see Noah's Ark finished.

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  6. Lovely stitching.

    Marl

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  7. I think i need to join the tussel jar lol, mum said its better than the floor lol. can I ask whats the point to the tussel jar

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    1. there's no point to it but it's fun. I can't believe some years how much I've stitched just by looking at my jar.

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  8. One thing I don't understand, how can you stitch while watching Sherlock? I wouldn't take my eyes off the screen :)
    Zlatina (from TSS)

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  9. Love the finish! Wow, you have been busy, all your WIP's are lovely!

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  10. Congrats on your finish! Lots of beautiful stitching.

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  11. Everything looks lovely Jo. I was hoping to find your dyed fabby, but no such luck. I'm liking how your CITA is coming along. Great job!!

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