Leaves on this Family Tree

Monday, February 7, 2011

Lot's to Update

I have been busy finishing items and haven't  had time to post everything.

Well, it seems to me like it has been a lot, but when I look at the pictures . . it is very little.

Anywho . . . here are the accomplishments.


Another Americana Heart started.
This time, I am leaving the white background alone.
It's too hard doing white cross stitch
on white 28 count  material.


The Union  Jack Heart
from a pattern sent to me
by a friend in the UK.
I now need to find the right material
to finish it.

I know I have showed the front, .
but have I shown the back?
I LOVE the way the back turned out.
Another All American small.
A Close-Up.
The back view.
For a St. Patrick's Day Swap.
A Close-Up.
The back.
A Scissors Fob
made as a gift
for a special friend.
Another fob
made for another special friend.

Signed,
Another Small is in the Embroidery Hoop As I Type
(22,941)

8 comments:

  1. Too cute and it looks oh so fun to have those little projects all done.

    Pam in Brussels, Belgium

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  2. "Not that much done"????? Woman are you mad? Did you look at everything you've done?! Holy Cow - I'm very impressed!

    Love your pillow ornies! Love them! And your fobs - some one will be very happy!

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  3. These are all so cute Paula!! I am a follower of your blog now. ID is: genealogrl. You asked about the post I made on my blog today. I would imagine that Cecilia's would mail the remnant bags if they are available. I would imagine if they did it would be their discrestion what ones they sent. That is , if they currently have any. You'd just have to ask them. I always purchased them when I was in the store.

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  4. Gee....you make me feel lazy! lol.

    I haven't posted anything, been slammed at work and need to take some pics. I haven't caught up on blogs yet!! That's what I get for reading so many! I always check my favs though... hope you're staying warmy! xoxo

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  5. These are all lovely! I used to cross stitch back in my former life, but now my crochet hook and I are inseparable.

    So you taught middle school for 34 years? WOW. You must have stories to tell! Frankly I really didn't like biology, I was a chemistry girl all the way. Then I took Biochem and I found my perfect match.

    Thanks for being a follower on my blog. We seem to have a lot in common!

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