Cross Stitch, Finishes

Two Sheep grazing

A tiny stitching triumph today – I put the final stitches into Two Sheep, a freebie by LHN … I really like how this one turned out, but I’m amazed how long it took me to stitch it!  Usually I have turbo needles, but it’s taken me almost an entire week just for one wee freebie! 😉


(Updated to add this was a printed freebie I received from Stitching Bits & Bobs with my monthly ‘bits’ – I don’t think it’s available as a download anywhere, at least not on their website anyway.)

Next up is some time to be spent on Bordeaux, seeing as I’m really late stitching on this with Carol and Leslie this week, thanks to a zero desire to stitch.  Anyway, hopefully I can make a small dent in it today 🙂  I’m a very bad SAL partner just lately!

15 thoughts on “Two Sheep grazing”

  1. What a cute finish!

    I am glad you are feeling a little better, Anne!! And don’t feel bad about not stitching much on Bordeaux. I don’t think I have picked it up in two weeks:( I miss it!

  2. It’s very sweet, Anne! I did “grateful for ewe” last summer and was surprised at how long it took to do such a small design. Maybe she puts some sort of spell on her freebies? LOL!

  3. Great finish, Anne! I don’t think that anything is a quick stitch anymore. At least, not for me. LOL.

    I am SO glad that you are scoring some overtime pay to help you out and I am even more grateful that you have pulled yourself up out of the funk and are feeling more like yourself again. I know that it can be hard to do, but you are doing a great job! *hug*

  4. What a pretty finish!!
    Love all the wonderful stitching you do – your peacock needle/scissorcase is absolutely stunning.

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