Wanderer's to the Cabin

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Tree Of Stitches - Part 13

I finished part 13 of the "Tree Of Stitches" around noon yesterday.
Part 13 is the "Windmill" stitch and stitches up quickly.

"Tree Of Stitches" designed by Abi Gurden
Finished on 08 July 2011

I was going thru my WIP/UFO bin and with great horror realized I had FIVE (and I counted them twice, because I couldn't believe it) projects on scroll rods.
I think someone around here needs to stop startin' new pieces and get off her butt and finish a few of the ones she already has goin'.
Yea, like that's ever goin' to happen ; )

Take Care Everyone & Happy Stitchin'
Hugs, Sandy

14 comments:

  1. Way to go! I am on Part 7 right now! Need to get caught up! Yours is beautiful!!

    Melissa

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  2. Good progress on your tree. 5 WIPs? That ain't bad :)

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  3. Lovely progress :)
    Love the colors you choosed.

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  4. You're really whipping along on this - it looks great!

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  5. Lovely WIP and I totally understand the starting thing! I wont even count how many I have.
    Happy Stitching
    Denise

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  6. Shouldn't be long before this one is done! I'm trying to get a few of my WIP done, or at least closer, too!

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  7. 5 WIP's? That's not that bad at all. Your tree is looking gorgeous.

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  8. Love the yellow for your part 13. Such a pretty tree

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  9. Such a pretty piece. If I remember right, there are two parts left? I'm really enjoying seeing how everyone is working this one up!

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  10. Looks great Sandy, glad I'm not the only one who goes through startitus and forgets exactly how many are on the go!

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  11. Great progress on your tree and your needle roll is beautiful.

    Marl

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  12. What a lovely tree you have coming along here!

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  13. That is very cool! This is the first I've seen this pattern!

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  14. Love the "roots" and your tree is looking great!

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