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Sunday, January 4, 2015

1st post of my weekly blog update

Happy New Year to all. Wishing all of you a year with many hours of stitching. I have been stitching a little this last week as I have been off work and it has been rainy and cold. Therefore, I have not been getting out much. I have finished my last greeting card for 2014 and the first ornament for 2015.
I am keeping to my rotation of 15 projects this year and hopefully will finish a couple of my monthly series I am stitching on. Also, will continue to stitch ornaments for gifts as my family and friends.

September 2013 Doodle Greeting Card-Blueladie Designs

I have now stitched 9 of the 2013 Doodle designs and put them on greeting cards.
 
1.     April “Sweet Pea” Flower Of The Month series – Ellen Maurer Stroh-Stitched  Jan, Feb, March
 
1.     June-Graduation Snowman- Snowman Series – Vermillion- Stitched  Jan ,Mar, April, May,Nov, Dec

1.     “Good Tidings” ornament #12-2011 Ornament Series-Littlehouse Needleworks

 
1.     June  Weather Poems-Britian’s #1 Crossstitch Magazine

1.     Garden Of Joy-Friendly Stitchers Sal 2009 -completed 45 Squares Of 52

1.     Snowman and Friends Christmas Stocking – Gold Collection Kit
 
1.      “March” Calendar Girl Series-Littlehouse Needleworks

  The 12 Days of Texas Christmas-Redbird Designs stitched so far. Chili Peppers, Hats off to Y'All, and Redbird Dreams in Winter” ornament-
 Redbird Dreams in Winter” ornament- The 12 Days of Texas Christmas-Redbird Designs.
This is the Texas fabric I found online and using to back the Texas ornaments.
 
  1.     Poinsettia Towel-Lois Winston for DMC-Just Cross Stitch Magazine Nov/Dec 2011
            Finished the flower, now the for the border.
Have a great year and enjoy life.
 



5 comments:

Shebafudge said...

Lots of fabulous projects there and what a perfect fabric for backing the ornies. x

Deb said...

Beautiful stitching Joyce!
Love your Texas fabric!

Pamela Redfern said...

Joyce I love the texas ornaments and the fabric you found to back them. also, thank you for the well wishes and I hope this year is better in health and wealth!! I am grateful for all my many many blessings...and you are one of them. You are an inspiration for me to 'do better, stitch more, and enjoy life!' hugs, and happy stitching, Queeny

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

Some very nice projects you have going there. You found the perfect backing fabric for your Texas Ornaments. The Poinsettia Flower is very pretty.

Preeti said...

All are so beautiful !! :) you have done lots of stitching !! Great job!!
Happy new year to you :)