Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Final Finishes for 2010!

My mom came to visit for Christmas... (which was awesome) and because of her I got stuff finished!  Things that have been in my cross stitch cupboard needing finishing (done stitching).
I had 2 that I had stitched for both my sis in laws from Montana... We turned into wall hangings.

I just finished the LHN ornaments when 
Mom got here and we finished them like little pillows with hangers.

And then lastly... my Quaker Girl Needle Case by With My Needle... that I stitched in 2008! is now FINISHED!!!! 
Wow... what a sense of accomplishment... closure... joy... oh, yeah... and now I can look at all my many whips and say... You're Next!!!!
Or... hehehehehe... more than likely... I will start more projects!!!  I'm thinking of more stockings... I have my sis in laws 2 older kids and my brother Phil and his partner...
and then the whole other side of the family! 
Ok, so here's the question... I want your opinion what's your favorite stocking pattern???
I have done 10 Shepherd's Bush stockings, I will do at least 2 more for Will & Nicole... but I'm thinking something different for this side of the family, there's at least 9 of them.


  1. Your stitching and finishes are wonderful!! It's so much fun to get our stitching projects finished....finished. The only stockings I have stitched are the ones from Shepherd's Bush so I can't give you any other ideas. I'm actually going to stitch 3 of them in 2011. Have a Happy New Year!!

  2. Oh golly Moses...I love those wall hangings! Can you tell me what the design name is of the stable one? i LOVE It!!!!

  3. Have a blessed New Year!!! So glad your mom was able to help you finish so many of your lovely stitching projects!!

  4. Your Quaker Schoolgirl Needle Necessities looks wonderful!! Hope you'll email me some photos that I can show on my blog.

    Congrats on all your lovely projects.

  5. I just love your ornamnts, I'm going to have to get that pattern.

  6. Nice work on the LHN ornaments! Glad you found my blog, also. Looking forward to seeing your WIP.

    Deb in Idaho