Sunday, October 08, 2006

F is for....

Farm!


It's time for my monthly SAL with Karen on the Carriage House Samplings alphabet. This one has come out much nicer than the model photo - very cute (1 over 1 on 28ct Merino lugana from Countrystitch).

I also finished off my Needlework Smalls exchange, which was a bit of a finishing challenge. It came out better than I thought it was going to. Pics when it's received!

17 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:26 pm

    Looking lovely, Nicki!! Must resist desire to start this one:)

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  2. These are just so lovely. I'd love to do it... but, no.

    My niece was born today, so the most important thing I have to do is finish that. All encouragement appreciated.

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  3. Very sweet Nicki! The whole thing is looking great so far :)

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  4. Anonymous9:45 pm

    Nicki - that farm is sooo cute! Congratulations!

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  5. How adorable!! The colours are lovely. This is just so cute over one!
    Hope you're having a great Sunday! :D

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  6. I do really like this alphabet series your doing, I bet it's lovely IRL :-)

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  7. It is all very pretty. Congratulations of finishing "F."

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  8. I know I tell you this every month, but I absolutely love this! Will have to start it soon (I'm collecting the charts - gradually! ;-P)

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  9. Your SAL with Karen is awesome - you ladies are doing a great job. I love the latest F block, very cute :)

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  10. Nicki, you have some marvelous projects going! Really love the Fancy Works design, especially in the cranberry! :D

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  11. Your alphabet is looking gorgeous Nicki! :o)

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  12. It is lovely, Nicki

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  13. I love watching your progress on this one, it is beautiful!

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  14. well seems to me F is for fantastic stitching...
    lovely work , it is going to me incredible when done

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  15. This looks so wonderful! What a great job you're doing!!!

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  16. It's looking wonderful Nicki! I'm pulling mine out again this week as it's been sorely neglected for a while now. I love your progress!

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  17. It's looking lovely Nicki.

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