Christmas Ornaments, Finishes, Glory Bee

Snow by Glory Bee

I just felt like doing a bit of stitching that didn’t tax the braincells too much yesterday – I’ve been working long hours again at work, and Dad’s back in hospital again, so I couldn’t handle doing the beading on my Enchanted Mermaid (which has sadly been languishing in the corner with all my other stitching in recent weeks).  So I decided to drag a partly kitted ornie out of the ‘kit box’ (these all have the fabric ready and cut to size, but don’t have the threads) … once I pulled the threads I had a very slow stitching session … it took me almost 6 hours to stitch this little ornie, but at least it’s better than no stitching at all, and I think it’s a cute little finish.  I was unsure of my fabric choice on this one as I was stitching, but kept plugging along anyway.  I guess it didn’t turn out too badly after all 🙂

Glory Bee-Snow

“Snow” by Glory Bee
Stitched on 28ct mystery hand-dyed linen (can’t even remember which company!)
with recommended GAST threads

7 thoughts on “Snow by Glory Bee”

  1. I think you made a great fabric choice cause the ornament looks adorable! I hope your gets out of the hospital shortly.

  2. I think sometimes you’ve just got to do the small ones for a break but still something to keep you occupied. My thoughts are also with you and your dad *HUGS*

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