Wednesday, January 4, 2012

First finishes of 2012

Although small, I did manage to finish 2 LHN Ornaments for shop models. 
LHN Joy and Peace
30ct WDW Straw Linen
CC, GAST, and DMC threads

LHN Winter Forest
30ct WDW Cocoa
DMC threads

I have also been working on my WIPs and will post progress on those January 9th which is the full moon.  I have also decided to join in on 2012 Year of Smalls SAL.  I came across this blog by delightful accident and it was fate because I had the first project already kitted in my stash.  I think this will be a great break from WIPs and fulfill my need to have some new starts this year.  The first project is Poinsettia House by LHN and I plan to stitch it on 40ct to make it a little smaller.  Lots of exciting things to start 2012, just wish I could get over this miserable head cold.  Thanks for taking the time to visit and as always, Happy Stitching!

24 comments:

Kate said...

Two lovely finishes a looking forward to seeing your other progress.
Hope the cold clears up soon.

Catherine said...

Sweet ornaments! Hope you feel better!

Carol said...

Sorry to hear you're not feeling well, Nataly...feel better soon :)

Very cute finishes! Enjoy stitching Poinsettia House...

Chris said...

Nataly, I am so sorry to hear that you have the crud. I hope that it passes quickly.
The finishes are lovely.
I am looking forward to seeing your Poinsettia House.

Gabi said...

Lovely finishes. Love both of them. I hope you're feeling better soon.

Mouse said...

ooo they look lovely :) and I've just stitched poinsettia before Christmas .... can't wait to see your version :) love mouse xxxx

Peggy Lee said...

Love these!
Hope you feel better soon. So many I know are going through the same thing. Luckily I have not caught it....yet!

Christine said...

Both finishes are lovely. Get well soon

cucki said...

both of them are so lovely..
get well soon.
love cucki xx

Sally said...

Lovely finishes.

I hope you're feeling better soon.

dixiesamplar said...

Hope you are feeling better real soon, Nataly!!

Lovely finishes...and looking forward to Poinsettia House; it is a beautiful design.

Lesleyanne said...

I hope you feel better soon. Love your two finishes.

Janice Boucher said...

Feel better soon. There are a lot of nasty viruses out there!
I love your two finishes. I have stitched the top piece and have it finished into a little hanging pillow. I definitely want to stitch the bottom piece. Both designs will stay displayed til at least March.

Topcho said...

I hope you feel better soon! Congrats on the first finishes for the year, they're both lovely!

mdgtjulie said...

Ick, Nataly. Sorry you're not feeling well. I hope you feel better soon. Grats on the finishes, and I love the first ornie. It's just darling. Good going on your WIPs too. Are you doing the WIPacolypse?

Stitching By A Cornish Sea Shore said...

Beautiful finishes. I do so hope you will feel better soon. Sending a hug xxx

DonnaTN said...

Both finishes are cute. I'll look forward to seeing your smalls all year.

Mindi said...

Two great finishes, congratulations!

The year of the Smalls Blog is interesting. I'm sort of unofficially following along, and figure I'll stitch along if I have the chart. I started Poinsettia House over 1 on 28 ct. Its one I've been wanting to stitch for a while now, and just never got around to it.

Lisa said...

Lovely finishes to start the New Year.

Lynn said...

Congrats on a great start to the New Year. They are both lovely finishes. I haven't seen Winter Forest and really love that one.
I'll have to check out the Year of the Smalls Blog and see what it's all about.

Joysze said...

Pretty finishes, Nataly!

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