Finished Gallery

Since I started this blog:
From new to old

2018
Monthly 




Owl-o-ween scissor fob (pillow) by Barbara Ana Designs 

Monthly 


Let It Snow by Barbara Anna Designs 

Best Friend Santa by Jim Shore, Mill Hill

Boris the bat by Mill Hill


Miss Columbian Nymphalid by Nora Corbett 

Month


Pin Pokes 1 by Homespun Elegance

Stitching Things 2 by Homespun Elegance 
Changed colors

Home of a needleworker by little house needleworks 


Month


The Autumn Acorn by Jeannette Douglas 

April month 

Fairy By Shannon Wasilieff 


Blue Chick By Mill Hill


Hello Month

The Summer Flower By Jeannette Douglas

Geisha by Joan Elliott

Dear Santa by Lizzie Kate

Hello February (without the hello)

2017

Hello January (without the hello)


Mill Hill Snowman

Zenia by Nora Corbett

Witch


Love Gardening 

Emma Congdon



The Queen Mermaid 



Hide N Squeak

Bear For Baby


2016

Tiger Reflection 



Autumn Fairy

Home Sweet Home

Seashell Treasures
Xxxxx
 Duckings 

2015

Monty The Bear

Mother and baby




Moments Of Joy

Sleep Time

2014

Santa By Joan Elliott

The Good Life

(RIP ZAC 30th Sep 2014)

A Chaffinch In Summer



Popcorn "A"

QS Opal Fairy / Fairy Wishes (HEAD)



Some bunny to Love Ballerina


Petals And Pebbles




2013

Christmas Stocking From cross stitcher magazine

Emerald Mermaid by Mirabilia Designs


Love birds

Banner By Joan Elliott


Little bird


Heaven and Earth SK Butterflies Galore




2012

My Lady Of The Snow


Indian Model



5 comments:

  1. Wow all your finished work is stunning! I love the frame on Lady of the Snow. It's perfect. Such beautiful stitching!
    Alicia xo

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  2. Great finishes! Especially like the last one Indian Model. Awesome job!

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  3. Gorgeous stitching! I especially love the Lady of the snow - the framing is perfect and really brings out the beauty of your work and the design.

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  4. Gorgeous stitching! I especially love the Lady of the snow - the framing is perfect and really brings out the beauty of your work and the design.

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