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Sunday, October 23, 2005

Ornie semi-finishes

Well, I managed to eat something today, which is a bonus after 3 days of not eating much at all - had a lazy day of stitching and listening to most of a talking book (The Poet by Michael Connelly - a serial killer novel ... nope, no girlie books for me today!). Managed to almost finish another two ornaments - just have to buy a charm/treasure for each, then I'll have to work out how to actually finish them off. I'll post a piccie of the finished ones later - just don't hold your breath haha. They're both from the 1998 JCS Ornament issue - the first one is called "Christmas Memory Tree" by Ursula Michaels Designs, and the second one is "Woodland Noel" by Heart in Hand Needleart.


Anonymous Jenna said...

Your ornaments all look great, Anne! Can't wait for you to get in the charms and buttons; please make sure you post again when you get them added. :)

I hope you're feeling better! Those migraines are nasty, nasty little buggers, so I hope it's gone by now.


11:25 PM  
Blogger Barbara said...

These are great, Anne! Love 'em!

1:08 AM  
Blogger Cathy said...

Wow Anne - you are on a roll with stitching ornaments. I better get busy too - Christmas isn't very far off.

1:25 AM  
Blogger Lelia said...

Great Ornaments. 1998 was a nice issue. Both of these look better than pictured in the magazine. Great job - your tree is going to be spectacular

3:24 AM  
Blogger Von said...

Wonderful Anne! I really need to get some ornaments started :)

5:57 AM  
Blogger KarenV said...

Love your ornaments Anne! I'm reading a Michael Connelly at the moment too - Lost Light. I've not read The Poet, but I've read the sequel, The Narrows (didn't realise until it was too late that I was reading them out of sequence). I enjoy his books a lot :)

8:28 AM  
Blogger Rowyn said...

Glad you are feeling better. Your ornaments look great!

9:11 AM  
Blogger Nicole and Phil said...

You are doing some great stitching Anne...I have never thought about listening books while I stitch...although, I would have to find them in English over here....listening to German would require too much concentration!

11:20 PM  

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