Saturday, February 19, 2011

My First "Flipin'" Challenge Finish

Little House Needleworks "Home Of A Needleworker Too."
 Stitched on 28 ct Antique White Monaco using the charted floss.

I love how it turned out, and wonder why I ever turned it into a UFO in the first place. Now, I just need to decide whether to frame it or make it into a pillow....hmmmm.

Hugs

25 comments:

  1. Ma : Don't you just love this pattern I fell in love with this when it came out its just adorable and any finish you do will be beauriful
    Catherine

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  2. I love falling in love with a WIP all over again! Congratulations on your finish!

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  3. it is so pretty...either finish would do well. Very nice!

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  4. Okay....educate me. What is a 'flip' and a 'UFO'. hehe

    Beautiful work!

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  5. It tuned out flipin' Great -lol
    I think you should frame it - I framed mine & it looks wonderful on the wall - You will like it I promise :)

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  6. wooo hooo Ma looks lovely :) you've done a red door is that to match your house ??? .... I couldn't get on with the old blue jeans colour but yours looks different to mine before I frogged and re did it ... just shows what different fabric and stuff can do to change the way things look :)
    mmmm pillow sounds nice for it :)
    love mouse xxxx

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  7. Congratulations on the finish!

    I am falling more in love with this pattern each time I see it.

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  8. I love your finish, congrats!!

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  9. Oh, I love it! You've stitched it beautifully, and now I know it's going to have to move further up my to-do list!

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  10. Lovely finish! Can't wait to see how you finish-finish it.

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  11. I love it... I would frame it and put it as the first thing anyone sees when they enter your home.
    Now tell me,,, are you going to stitch it again with a little brown house with a red roof for "Up Yonder" ? coz that'd be what this sista'd do...... LYLAS and SW
    as always

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  12. Beautiful. Well done, better late than never. I love it when a finish comes together don't you?

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  13. Thats lovely, congratulations on your finish

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  14. It's one purdy finish Ma :)
    I love it! (I'd frame it) :)

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  15. Congrats on a fabulous finish! I stitched this one last year and I did consider a pillow finish. However my finishing skills leave a lot to be desire so I ended up framing it instead. It hangs in my front entry and lets everyone who enters know how I spend my spare time.

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  16. Nice finish. When you have an answer as to why we toss aside projects to the UFO pile, please share. What a nice treasure to find and finish.

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  17. Beautiful, just beautiful. I have this pattern somewhere in my stash and kitted it up but haven't stitched it yet.

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  18. Oh I forgot.......I would frame it in a nice Walnut frame. That would be so pretty.

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  19. OUCH....it hurts when I see someone has stitched something so beautifully that I have in my stash! It's just waiting for me rescue it from the dark basket in the corner. I really need to dig this one out and give it life.
    Your finish is absolutely stunning, as always!

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  20. Beautiful finish - I know, you can't hear that enough, LOL! I say frame it. Then, stitch it up again and make a pillow!

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  21. Couldn't be more appropriate. We should all have this design decorating our homes. Congrats o the finish.

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  22. A gorgeous finish...I am stitching number one...hope to do number 2 next xx

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  23. Great finish, would look good either in a frame or as a pillow. You might just have to stitch it again so you can do both!

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  24. Love this design and yours turned out beautiful.

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