Monday, September 28, 2009

A Finish


I Finished "My Lady's Quaker," and I am really proud of it.
Next I will be starting her gentleman.

13 comments:

  1. It looks so great, Karyn. You've done a wonderful job!

    I feel badly that I'm trailing so far behind you! I'm working on it this morning! :)

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  2. Girl...you are so talented. I hope you won't snicker and giggle when I show off my first project. LOL

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  3. Oh this is so lovely! I'm glad that you have found this hobby to do...it suits you well.

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  4. Wow Karyn, that SAL went by quick!! Congrats on a lovely finish! What are you going to do next??
    ~Karen

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  5. Thanks so much ladies :) You make me blush...this is my first finish, and my first SAL, as I am a "newish" stitcher.

    Calico...oh now girl, you are doing great and 'member this is my only crafty talent...you have many going at once ;)

    Parsely...never! I can't wait to see you learn and progress :) I just taught myself in May.

    Debi...thanks, I do really enjoy it :) all the perty colors of the thread, I am like a kid with a new Barbie outfit

    Bizee....I am working on the LHN Colonial Homes...halfway finished now, and I am going to the gentleman
    that goes with the lady :)I will post a pic of him...he is dashing!

    Hugs :)

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  6. hey that is so pretty!! Sorry I wasn't online at all last night and during work. I am just seeing it. It is truly beautiful, Karyn!

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  7. Good job lady!

    I had to laugh, I was like.. hmm should I tell her she forgot ab and c,, then I looked again..

    now you should tell me to wake up!

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  8. hehehe...you are too funny Devri...actually look close....the alphabet is missing a lower case letter....but which one? I still cannot figure out if the designer meant to leave it out or if it was a booboo :)

    Grandma Teakettle's theory is that she did it so that the letters would fit in a nice 3 row patter.

    Another stitcher in the SAL said that often, old colonial samplers left out the "j" and "v" since they were not in the original alphabet.

    :)
    very interesting

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  9. I found your blog through a comment yo left on Miss Jane's Stitching blog. The quaker turned out so great! I just love this one and look forward to seeing the Gentleman's Quaker.

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  10. I just read your comment that this is your FIRST finish! WOW!!!! Fantastic. I hope you keep with it. I have been stitching since I was 15 and just love it.

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  11. I love it Karyn. The colors are beautiful.
    Valerie
    www.thethreadbasket.com cross stitch from France

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  12. Thanks Valerie :) You make me blush.

    Hugs

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  13. Hello Karyn your lady is wonderfull.Please can you tell me what sort of thread you used & their name .Thanksalot.Couson

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