Monday, 20 January 2014

First finish of 2014!

Hi everyone

I've got a finish!  And here it is...

Lizzie*Kate
Started 7/1/14
Finished 20/1/14

I had an incentive to stitch this one as I offered to exchange the chart with CJ.  It has been a quick stitch (10 hours in total) and I've loved every minute.  Can't decide what to do with it now, framing or maybe a pillow?

That means one down, fourteen to go from the Crazy January Challenge!  I think I am going to choose something else quite small as I enjoyed the sense of early achievement.  I will probably go for January's Snowdrop seeing as it is still January.

Tonight I stitched a bit more on my Bothy Threads North Pole House, seeing as it is Cut Thru Monday.  I stitched the world map on the wall on the first floor.


Hope you have all had a lovely stitchy weekend!

Justine

13 comments:

  1. Congrats on the finish! Love the house. I just can't wait to start my Bothy watching you guys doing the SAL. It's in the mail.....just needs to get here! haha

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  2. Congrats on the finish Justine. NPH is looking awesome.

    Linda

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  3. Great finish. Love watching your cut-thru grow:)

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  4. beautiful finish!! Your cut thru looks amazing.

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  5. Congratulations on a great finish. Your cut-through piece is looking wonderful

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  6. The Cut Thro's are always so vibrant and colourful, it looks lovely. Super finish.

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  7. Lovely finish. Great work on Cut Thru North Pole looks amazing. Look forward to seeing how you decided to use your finish :)

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  8. Congrats on your lovely finish, it looks superb & neat. Can't wait to see how you'll finish it off :)

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  9. Lovely finish, congrats!! What is your favorite color??

    CJ

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  10. Lovely job on the Cut thru North Pole! Great finish!

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  11. Congrats on your first finish, such a lovely sentiment :) Great progress on your latest Cut Thru, I love that series!
    Best wishes.

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