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Couple of small finishes

After having one whole half week of feeling fantastic and over my viral bugs, on Saturday morning I woke up with a sore throat, and have been a snot factory for the last 48 hours yet again … too much information, I know … fingers crossed this round won’t hang around for quite so long!  Having a ‘cold’ for the last 6 whole weeks was just a teensy tiny bit too much, especially when two of those ended up being without pay 😦

Anyway, over the last week or two I’ve been sitting and stitching a few tiny projects, and here are the results:

First up a freebie from IHLE-Design, stitched in a DMC variegated floss:

Scissor fob 2

Then a wee freebie from My Aunt’s Attic, stitched in a Carrie’s Threads floss:

Scissor Fob 1

Afterwards, in need to something else to stitch, I decided to finish off a Christmas ornament that I started when visiting Mum in Auckland back in April:

Christmas Cheer ornie
“Christmas Cheer” by Heart in Hand Needleart

Next up this weekend was Folk Heart Needleroll by Shepherd’s Bush:

Folk Heart needleroll 1
“Folk Heart Needleroll” by Shepherd’s Bush

Folk Heart needleroll 2

Folk Heart needleroll 3

And lucky last, Ice Blue Snowflake ornament by Mill Hill:

Ice Blue Snowflake 1
“Ice Blue Snowflake” by Mill Hill

Ice Blue Snowflake 2

Long weekends are great, especially when you sit up in bed all day with the sniffles!! 😀

18 thoughts on “Couple of small finishes”

  1. Oh I hope you’ll be feeling better soon, that doesn’t sound good! But you’ve really been busy stitching 🙂 The SB needleroll is wonderful!

  2. Eeep! Anne you need to build up that immune system of yours! Really hope this one doesn’t last long 😦
    Although I must congratulate, or maybe curse, you for once again stitching such LOVELY pieces that I wanna stitch too LOL!
    I love how sparkly that Mill Hill ornament is, which I think is also testament to your skill as a photographer!

  3. Sorry you’re not well again Anne, I agree that your immune system needs a boost!

    Lovely finishes, you’ve been very busy 🙂

  4. Sorry you are suffering again. But look at all you finished. They are all beautiful, congrats on so many finishes. CJ ok;-)

  5. Feel better soon! This is a lovely eye candy post. You’ve inspired me to put my Folk Heart Needle Roll on my summer stitching list. :o)

  6. Lovely finishes. Hope you feel better soon. I’ve only had my cold for a week and I’m fed up with it. You don’t realise how much snot your body can hold!

  7. Wow, you’ve been a busy bee. So much pretty stitching finished. Looks wonderful.
    I hope you are already feeling better by now. And that the bug will stay away from you from now on.

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