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Saturday, 26 January 2008

Eliza's Pyn Pillow

Today is the reveal day at Jayne's for the January monthly challenge. The design is available here. The album is on show of all the finishes at the MB so i can show you now. Stitched on 32ct mustard linen using Weeks Dye Works, not sure of the colours as i had a mixed bag of unlabelled threads given to me in an exchange. The poll has gone up for the choice for the February design ....

More progress on the 'pinkie' too, the front is complete and the scissor fob front and back too. I've also made progress on 'the indian' but can't see to stitch the half stitches on the moon in the evening light so that will have to be a daytime stitch - maybe this weekend? although i have kitted up the Papillon SAL 'How does your garden grow' and i'm keen to stitch that LOL


Have a great weekend whatever your plans
{{hugs}}

11 comments:

  1. wow You have done well they look great

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  2. they are both lovely, well done Julie.
    I love the colour of the pyn pillow fabric, and the pinkie is so pretty!

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  3. Love pinkie Julie. It is so pretty.

    Your pyn pillow is gorgeous. I've voted for next month!

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  4. Love your pyn pillow. Looking forward to next months challenge

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  5. Pinkie & Pyn pillow are so pretty - love the jingle bells on the corners of PP. :0)
    Looking forward to the next Challenge.

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  6. Nice finish on both. Pinkie will finish up real nice ;)

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  7. Both are lovely - well done :)

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  8. Challenge is lovely Julie, love the little tassels in the corners.

    Cant wait to see Pinkiie all finished and made up. I love this one.

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  9. Hi Julie,

    You've been a busy bee haven't you? I love both of the pieces you've shared here. The pyn pillow really looks great on that pretty yellow fabric. Your finishing looks great. I can't wait to see pinkie finished.

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  10. I love your pyn pillow, I can't wait to start this months challenge.

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  11. Love how you finished Eliza's Pyn Pillow as a little pillow with tassels Julie, it turned out really sweet. I'm really looking forward to getting started on next months challenge.

    Pinkie looks gorgeous - can't wait to see it all made up.

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