Saturday, January 19, 2008

Just a space to fill

I've been meaning to post this photo for a while. Here's Medieval Times nearly finished. I've made some alterations as you can see. The basket that should be on the lady's head is on the ground, the flower to the right of it is filled in, and there are some more herb names to fill the gaps round the big flowers.


All I need to do now is fill the gap. There's space for my initials above the basket and then I was thinking of an urn. However, I've never designed anything before so it's been sitting there empty for a few weeks while I decide how to go about it. Any suggestions?!

P.S. I was just browsing the new releases and saw this. It's from Plum Pudding Needleart - thought it was very applicable for a lot of us!

13 comments:

  1. Medieval Times looks awesome, and the PPN release is too funny!

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  2. medieval is really cool nicky, it has stitched up really nicely
    and the chart is adorable and very very true!!

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  3. Wow, MT is just incredible! Can't wait to see what you decide to do with the center space!

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  4. MT looks great so far! You did a great job with your changes.

    And what a great find...this one surely will find it's way in my stash :-)

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  5. You really do some pretty fabulous stitching (tackling all things that would scare me silly just by sheer size)!!
    I love the new release design, I had not seen it and I love the LHN new one, have you seen it ??

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  6. Medival Times looks great

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  7. Medieval Times looks lovely, I'm intrigued to know what design you will put in the space.

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  8. All your WIPs are so pretty! You have big projects to stitch. Your HAED piece looks lovely, I've started dreaming of stitching one of them one day, as I see these in blogs :)

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  9. Oooh I like your adaptation of your Chatelaine. I really didn't like this one very much that when I found the right person I gave it away gladly!

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  10. The Chatelaine looks lovely Nicki. The alterations make it truly unique. The PPN piece is very apt.

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  11. Medieval Times is gorgeous Nicki! I'm sure you'll come up with something perfect for it :)

    Laughing now at the Plum Pudding Needleart design - how very very apt :)

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  12. Gorgeous finish Nicki.

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  13. Midi 1 is looking gorgeous. I love the changes you've made. I'm sure you'll be able to find something suitable for that middle section.

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