Happy Dancing!!

And a great big happy dance it is too! Today I put the final stitches into Pacific Pohutukawa … and seeing as the Pohutukawa is the New Zealand Christmas tree, it’s finished at an appropriately festive time of year πŸ˜€ I have to say, though, my right thumb is quite tender after dragging the thread through those corner Pohutukawa flowers … and if I don’t see another skein of DMC Rayon or Metallic thread over the next 12 months, it’ll be too soon!! LOL. Actually the scan doesn’t do the colours justice – they’re extremely vibrant! πŸ˜€


Pacific Pohutukawa by Jen’s Jems
stitched as charted
with recommended fabric and threads

It also means my stretcher bars are now freed up ready to start my Laura J Perin piece woohoo πŸ™‚ And seeing as Blogger photo uploading is playing nicely today, here are the next two ornies I put the finishing touches into yesterday.


Merry Yule by Erica Michaels Designs
2005 JCS Christmas ornament magazine
stitched on 32ct natural Belfast linen
with recommended threads and embellishments


Christmas Tree by Elizabeth’s Designs
2005 JCS Christmas ornament magazine
stitched on 32ct white Belfast linen
with recommended threads and beads

That means another 3 projects off my 50 Project Challenge … leaving me with 34 left to go, I think – woohoo! πŸ˜€

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19 thoughts on “Happy Dancing!!

  1. Your top pic is certainly bright, I bet it looks exceptional IRL. I love your ornie finishes, it is nice to see them all on the blogs.
    Enjoy your Sunday πŸ™‚

  2. Congrats on all of your finishes! An ornament SAL sounds good! Although I don’t normally do terribly well with actually following through, I would like to try it. There are so many ornaments that I would like to do!

  3. Congrats Anne on your stunning finish! Pacific Pohutukawa is simply awesome – love it!! Your two ornies are adorable too.
    This may not be the best of times for you… but stitching wise, you’re definitely on a roll!! Congrats! πŸ˜€

  4. Woohoo! Great finishes all, Anne! You did an incredible job and I especially love Pacific Pohutukawa with all of its vibrant colors. πŸ™‚

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