I met the challenge!


I was a bit slow off the mark, but today I took part in a 24-hour stitching challenge on the FGBB – we had from 7pm last night to 7pm tonight to stitch something small … I was so exhausted last night I didn’t even choose a project never mind stitch on it – so today I started a bit late at 2pm … and finished 5 minutes late at 7pm – I’m pretty amazed I actually met the deadline (well, pretty darned close anyway!). I decided to do my Xmas ornie that is due to be stitched ready for posting 16 Feb, so it was a good excuse to get a ‘commitment stitching’ project out of the way early I stitched “Merry Yule” by Erica Michaels designs from the 2005 JCS ornie magazine. As part of the same group, I’m committing to stitching one Xmas ornie every month, and we’ve allocated a different designer each month to give us a bit of flexibility of stitching designs for the SAL – the designs I’ve chosen for the year are as follows (all from JCS ornie issues):

  • Feb – With My Needle – Star of Wonder (2002)
  • Mar – Prairie Schooler – Herald Angels (2003)
  • Apr – Homespun Elegance – Holly Noel (2005)
  • May – Full Circle Designs – Perfect Gifts (2004)
  • Jun – The Workbasket – Quaker Christmas Bulb (2003)
  • Jul – Jeannette Douglas Designs – one of her needlerolls
  • Aug – Threads Through Time – Reindeer Garden (2000)
  • Sep – The Sweetheart Tree – Merry Christmas Bellpull (2004)
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27 thoughts on “I met the challenge!

  1. I like that one a lot! Very cute. And you stitched that FAST girl!

    I need to get my hands on the JCS ornament issues, both 2004 and 2005. Never found them here in Iceland, but maybe I can find them on e-bay :o)

  2. Your ornament is lovely! I planned on stithing it for Xmas, but didn’t had time.
    All your work is beautifull, I particularly love the needlecase for you mum…

    Elanor

  3. The ornie is gorgeous πŸ™‚

    I think we’ll be stitching the same Sweetheart tree ornie in September πŸ™‚ And of course the needlerolls from Jeannette Douglas in July. I love them all and plan to make them all πŸ˜€

  4. Brilliant job and meeting the deadline too (5 mins here and there mean nowt between mates), Like what you stitched for this really nice

    Su

  5. Great job, Anne! How wonderful to have a fun little finish in the midst of some larger projects!! I know the recipient will really love it πŸ™‚

  6. It’s lovely Anne! Love the colours – especially the thread you used for the wording. And congratulatios on doing it so fast! πŸ™‚

  7. What a lovely little mini you maid.
    you have so many things to do you perhaps need more hours every day.I follow your steps forward with joy.suddenly I get higher speed on my handicrafts.
    I also wish you a nice week full of stitches and joy
    Ulla in the north of Sweden

  8. Wooohoooooo! Congratulations! Maybe I’ll join in the second challenge, once my obligation schedule clears out. πŸ™‚ The ornament looks great!

  9. You ready to hear it from me again????
    LOL! I LOVE it! Congratulations on your finish and the challenge πŸ™‚ You should BEE proud-it’s most adorable πŸ™‚

    Good job πŸ™‚

  10. And I should never count you out, Anne. I didn’t even think you were going to do one this month, but you not only did one. You did it in record time, and I love it! Saw it in the newest JCS ornament issue. Congrats, girl… you go!

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