Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Christmas Through the Year

Finished 2 projects to use as gifts next year.
My Blackbird designs mini X-stitch ornament and
another Primitive Gatherings Wool Stocking.
I think these will be great with a candy cane and twig to go on the top of packages.
A big thanks to Darlene and Cheryl for keeping us motivated.

I have a good start on my Feb. ornament as well.
It will be hard to stay on track with these goals when I am so obsessed with these:
the nursery and 
the patriot's home.

However, true to my promise, finishing up my 1880 Sampler is my primary February goal.
Cross your fingers I can accomplish it.
And BTW, I did finish all the applique on my Easter table runner!
Quilting it is on the list for Feb.

23 comments:

  1. You are doing great with your goals, I'd say! I have yet to get my Christmas Through the Year project done for this month! And I'm a real slacker with the houses. I sure hope to get at some of these this week though!! Keeping fingers crossed.

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  2. I love the stockings, and I absolutely love those house blocks. What a great job you are doing. I"m your newest follower. Love your blog.
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  3. Wow! You've had a busy month! Love your projects!!

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  4. Impressive! I really like your stockings and great idea to name your houses with personalizing those windows! How many are you going to make?

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  5. I love the novelty prints in the windows of your houses...a very clever idea...they are wonderful. Such cute stockings too We are so glad you joined in for this months Christmas Through The Year!

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  6. OMG, OMG Cheryl look at your accomplishments in January! Love the stockings.

    I'm already a huge failure - didn't make my Jan ornament. sigh! I'll catch up next month.

    Thank you for playing along with Cheryl and I in the CTTY club. YOU inspire us!

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  7. WOW! What a great start for 2012 ! Your stockings are just wonderful and how cute are those houses ! Love the nursery one :-D

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  8. Love the stockings! Cute penguin. The windows in your houses are great, I only have 4 houses made so far and my windows are rather plain. You have a great start on your gifts.

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  9. you are going to be so ready for christmas when it comes back around~!~good for you~!!!!~
    love the wool stocking the most, it's so comfy and prim . . .
    and the houses are too cute.
    LOVE what you are doing with the windows.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  10. The angel stocking is my style. The tree stocking looks very elegant. I did not participate in the Christmas gift sew-along during January but hope to later in the year.

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  11. Your little stockings are adorable as is your penguin ornament to be! Your houses are so cute with the fussy cut windows :)

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  12. Great finishes for Xmas. It's nice being organised this early isn't it! :)

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  13. You should be proud of your accomplishments! I am very obsessed with the little houses. They are very fun to plan and stitch. That wool stocking is my favorite. If you stick with the plan you are going to be one very satisfied gifter next Christmas.

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  14. You've gotten a lot done in January! Those stocking are beautiful! Your house blocks are just darling! Congrats on getting your Easter table runner finished too!

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  15. The Christmas stockings look just wonderful!!! Your little house blocks are adorable too!!!!

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  16. The stockings look great, the two different styles really contrast but each has it's own appeal. You sure are smitten with those houses. Nursery eh? How is the mother to be?

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  17. Such intricate stitching! Lovely all! Can't wait to see the finished Easter table runner.

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  18. Such cute little projects! A few houses, a few projects...it'll all work out.

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  19. Your stockings are outstanding and very nice to add them to you Christmas gift box. Like the way you individualized the house windows.

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  20. Great Christmas gifts!!! I love seeing your new houses. So cute.

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  21. love your stockings they are so cute and the houses are cute too!

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  22. The way you use the fabrics is impressive. nice work

    gifts to pakistan

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  23. What cute stockings! They will be the perfect touch to a package.It'll be like getting 2 gifts in 1! Your blocks are wonderful too. They will make a gorgeous quilt!

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