20 March, 2014

A Finish!

 My first Christmas finish for 2014. 
The pattern is Christmas in the Woods by Gail Pan 
which was published in Quiltmaker Magazine.
I think this has come out rather nice.

I'm linking up with:

Anthea at Hibiscus Stitches.
http://emsewandsew.blogspot.com.au/p/a-stitch-in-time.html
Elizabeth at Such A Sew and Sew.

You can find my giveaway here.
Giveaway closes tomorrow night.

20 comments:

Fiona Ransley said...

It looks great - Well Done xx

shez said...

i agree Christine,its very cute,hope you have a lovely day my friend.xx

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Very cute Christine - you can always tell a Gail Pan design. Love your border fabric too.

Maria said...

that's a nice stitchery Christine..

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Its just gorgeous

KERYN B said...

Very nice and what neat stitches.

Karen said...

This is a great start for your Christmas plans. A gorgeous stitchery!

marina said...

very cute stitchery, love the border fabric, frames it beautifully.
your little cross stitcheries are multiplying nicely, love the barn. It's so cure.

Susan said...

Very cute. Love Gail's little reindeer.

Michelle Ridgway said...

Who doesn't love a cute reindeer. Lovely Christine x

Helen said...

Such a lovely stitchery it looks great !

Farm Gate Creations said...

Just lovely Christine and finished early for Chrissy.

barb's creations said...

I also agree Christine, it turned out lovely :) Barb.

FloS said...

This is very cute !
Florence

Cheryl said...

A gorgeous Christmas finish Christine

Melody said...

It looks SO good

Solstitches said...

You've been making some lovely things Christine.
This Christmas stitchery is so cute and I love the runner you made in the previous post.
I wish I could get into Christmas mode early. I still have two Christmas projects lying around that didn't get finished on time last year.
Happy weekend,
Margaret

Mistea said...

Lovely. That looks like one cheeky birdie giving Rudolph the hurry up.
Haha

Mistea said...

Lovely. That looks like one cheeky birdie giving Rudolph the hurry up.
Haha

Elizabeth said...

What a pretty little stitchery! I think it came out rather nicely, too. Working on Christmas this early is an excellent idea! Congrats on a great finish and thanks for linking up!

xo -E