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Alison Cole: Goldwork
Anita Diamond: Quaker Flowers Strawberry Emery
Berry Delightful bag
Bullion Rose facecloth
ByGone Stitches: Quaker Christmas II
CA Wells: Cottage Etui
CA Wells: Pyramid Etui
CA Wells: Sailors Valentine
Chatelaine: Egyptian Garden Mandala
Cindy Valentine: Apricot Elegance
Country Cottage Needleworks: The Tea Room
Country Threads: Paris
Drawn Thread: Halloween
Drawn Thread: Red Lace Sewing Casw
Forget-Me-Nots in Stitches: Raphael’s Raspberries
GCC Ornamental Delights
Indigo Rose: Catherine Agnes
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Dragonfly
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Oriental Poppy
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Pomegranates and Beetle
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Honesty & Heartsease
Jane Nicholas (stumpwork): Stumpwork needlework accessories (thimble pip)
JCS magazine: Le Jardin Silk Sampler
Kathy Rees: Banded by Bargello
Laura J Perin: Lahaina Breezes
Lavender & Lace: Celtic Summer
Lorri Birmingham: Butterflies & Hearts Needleroll
Marg Low: Make a Christmas Wish (patchwork retreat)
Martha Schmidt: Hussif
Mediterranean Village scene
Mill Hill: Three Kings by Jim Shore
Mirabilia: Bluebeard’s Princess Mirabella
Monica Hunt: Hussif
Moss Creek Designs: Schwalmwork Pinkeep
Nora Corbett: Mirabilia Retreat Mia Mermaid
Periwinkle Promises: Stitching is the Berries
Prairie Schooler: When Witches Go Riding
Rosewood Manor: Quaker Diamonds
Shepherd’s Bush: Finch Song
Stoney Creek: Nature’s Resting Place
Summer Fruits pincushion
Teresa Wentzler: English Garden Sampler
Teresa Wentzler: Noah’s Ark
Textile Heritage: Topiary Bookmark
The Stitchsmith: Aroha
Un Chat dans l’aiguille: Patch Coeur Août
Wool beehive needlebook
Wool hotwater bottle cover
11 thoughts on “Enough Bordeaux for a hangover”
Wahoo! Way to go, girl! You really motored on Bordeaux! Looking good. 🙂
Glad I’m “drinking” this one 2nd hand and avoiding any hangover. 😉 It looks terrific, Anne – great job!!
It is looking great!!! You’re really getting close aren’t you?!
Bordeaux looks gorgeous and so does EMD too. Just looking at the pic in your sidebar says me your are getting close in finishing and are more than 50% now.
I have to say I love Rhodes stitches, I’ll do them for you any time………… my own personal bugbear is the Queen Stitch, they practically bring me out in a cold sweat.
You have been a very busy girl! it is looking very lovely!
Woohoo – it’s looking great – can’t wait to see it in person! I’m with Ally – don’t enjoy queen stitches either but rhodes are ok!
Fantastic progress Anne! Bordeux is looking beautiful!!
Looking good Anne, not long to go.
It’s looking stunning Anne, great progress
My goodness! How may hours did you put in on this one, Anne? You plowed way, way ahead this week!! (Carol here, my ID will read oddly though)
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