Jan 2, 2017

JANUARY STITCHY BASKET


Talk about a mishmash!  Not sure if there really is any rhyme or reason to this, but I figure I can re-visit it as necessary.  I had visions of a grey/snow related theme, but alas, my stash was not exactly full of stuff in that general theme.

No biggie...this should be more than enough to keep me occupied for a day or two!

Speaking of grey...
January nails...Essie Petal Pushers!

18 comments:

  1. Those are all lovely projects. Pretty nails, too!

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  2. I love the winter arbor by drawn threads it is so pretty. Would this be difficult to do? I've never done this type of embroidery before.-Blessings Baa

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    1. Hi, Baa...No, very easy to do, actually. Charts are very clear and easy to follow.

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  3. Love your choices for January. And the nail color! Can't wait to see your progress.

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  4. What super choices, Coni! What thread are you using for the Quaker Study piece? Nice nail color!

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    1. Hi, Robin! Weeks Dye Werks "Basil"

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  5. Great stitching choices...love the polish
    Hugs

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  6. Nice choices.
    And already a good start on some of them.
    Love Poppers!
    Have fun!
    Marilyn

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  7. Such a nice assortment of projects.

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  8. I'm really loving the Quaker Winter!

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  9. I am so, so glad you are doing more cross stitch. Nothing against needlepoint, BUT we cross stitchers are out here too...we love the humble X...

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  10. Great choices, Coni. Love your start on Winter Quakers. And Poppers will be a fun, bright stitch on these dreary winter days.

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  11. Wonderful January Basket... full of great choices!! I always look forward to watching you plow through a project at record speed!
    Loving that nail polish, too!!

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  12. Beautiful projects,I love Winter Quakers and a Quaker Study. Classy nails..wish mine looked that good.

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  13. Nice mix of projects. Can't wait to see your progress on all of them, but especially like "A Different View".

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  14. Poppers and Different View seem to fall into your favored
    category, although from the Quakers I have done, you might
    find the Quakers easeful and calming, and a visual pleasure when complete. At your speed and skill anything is possible...

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  15. All kinds of gorgeousness!!! And those nails!! Very nice :)

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  16. I love all of the beautiful projects you have in line to be completed; especially the last pictured one. Your nails are gorgeous; I currently have mine polished with a Robin's Egg blue color that I love. I decided it would be fun to pick out something other than the normal pinks, reds, roses, etc. for a change. I am having fun with it. Happy stitching...............

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