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Berry Delightful bag
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CA Wells: Sailors Valentine
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Cindy Valentine: Apricot Elegance
Country Cottage Needleworks: The Tea Room
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JCS magazine: Le Jardin Silk Sampler
Kathy Rees: Banded by Bargello
Laura J Perin: Lahaina Breezes
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Marg Low: Make a Christmas Wish (patchwork retreat)
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Rosewood Manor: Quaker Diamonds
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Summer Fruits pincushion
Teresa Wentzler: English Garden Sampler
Teresa Wentzler: Noah’s Ark
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The Stitchsmith: Aroha
Un Chat dans l’aiguille: Patch Coeur Août
Wool beehive needlebook
Wool hotwater bottle cover
14 thoughts on “Almost at the finishing line”
You can do it! Almost done! What “fun” piece are you going to work on next?
It looks great and you are almost there.
Some pieces just won’t behave while as a WiP, will they? But they’re oh so worth it once finish and the satisfaction you get out of it is incomparable. You’re nearly there so keep it up! It’s looking beautiful even halfway done.
It won’t be long now until your misery is over, but Anne it will be so worth it. Just think what pleasure your gift is going to bring.
Anne, It looks beautiful. You can be very proud of yourself for acomplishing as much as you have. And to frog it as well, you really have stick to it power. Kathy from the Blig Blog
It is very beautiful!
Very pretty! Keep plugging away, and hopefully you’ll have a finish soon.
It’s looking lovely Anne, you’re almost there
Anne, I don’t know how you do it: stitching something that bbores the life out of you! I couldn’t do it. Having said that, I think this design’s a real beauty…. Hope you don’t mind!
You can do it Anne!! Great going so far!
Sorry to read you’re not enjoying stitching it…but you’ve made great progress and looks beautiful so far!!!
I love your new banner – more you – displaying that wonderful stitching of yours…. Take care now xxx Sharon (Melbourne)
Oh my goodness, Anne, it is gorgeous! Frogging or not, this is a really beatiful project.
It’s looking good, look forward to seeing it all finished :o)
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