2013 Finishes

Here are the projects I’ve finished during 2013. I really enjoyed making them all :-) 

You can read the original posts by clicking on the photos.

Please use the email contact at the right hand side of the page if you’d like me to make something similar for you.

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Remember this game?

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My first attempt at blackwork. Chart from http://www.practicalblackwork.com

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Playing with chevrons.

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I love pinwheels 🙂

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I do like a bit of green now and again.

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Variegated Quilting Threads 🙂

Tangled Frame finished

My second piece of blackwork in purple…..my favourite. Chart from http://www.practicalblackwork.com.

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Mum needed a hat!

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Starry, starry night!

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Using up a few scraps 🙂

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Cobweb table topper.

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Picnic pinwheels!

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From Claire’s Stitch Along. Chart from http://www.practicalblackwork.com.

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Bothy Threads Cut Thru Campervan Cross Stitch. (Now framed)

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Quilt As You Go Mug Rug Tutorial.

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My very own Mystery Stitch Along Design.

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Bothy Threads Cut Thru Narrow Boat Cross Stitch.

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Double Irish Chain.

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Very modern!

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I had so much fun making these.

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Bright and cheerful!

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My first ever pair of knitted socks. I doubt it will be the last.

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Christmas preparations started early Beside the Sea.

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Something snuggly made with yarn from the Isle of Skye.

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More Christmas tree decorations.

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Keep out the cold with a textured scarf.

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This one has been described as a mammoth task.

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Trying out sewing on darker fabric.

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3 Comments

  1. I like all of your stuff but it is your “blackwork” that just blows me away …. simply incredible … and well done on the mammoth task – looks stunning 🙂

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    • Well, actually it grows really quickly because there are no thread colour changes. It’s amazing how pretty something can be in only one colour 🙂 Thank you for visiting. It is lovely to see you! Avis x

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  1. I think I need to stitch more… | Crossed Threads

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