Friday, December 15, 2017

the parade of shame!

I've been stitching, I swear, but I don't have much to show yet. Poppy is a giant red blob, and I'm also working on a tiny Chatelaine freebie that I'll show once it's finished.

So instead, I thought it would be fun to show some pictures of all my completed projects that need finishing or framing! I took these to show to a friend of mine, but of course they fit in perfectly here on my stitching blog too. :3

They're a bit overexposed but hopefully you get the idea!








...I need to get busy, haha.

10 comments:

  1. I'm the same as you....I have so many stitched pieces waiting to be finished or framed. One day I'll shock everyone and have them all done....just don't hold your breath! :)

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  2. What a beautiful finished projects. So many. Love to see this together.

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  3. A great idea! You do lovely work!!

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  4. No need for shame. I have a HUGE box full of patterns that haven't been framed or finished into something and I'm completely okay with that. Lol

    I love seeing all your stitching. The mermaids are gorgeous!!!

    I hope your holiday season is going well :)

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  5. Lovely to see all your finishes - some familiar, some not so. Has it inspired you to finish them? I have loads of unfinished stitching, probably more than you, but it's a case of out of sight, out of mind!

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  6. I really don't see those beautiful finishes as shame. You have stitched them all, you should be proud! They are all done :) You cannot possibly have them all framed and in display.... they are beautiful, well done! :)

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  7. You have some very beautiful pieces. I esp. love pic 4 with the mermaids. There is no shame in all those lovely stiticheries. All that stitiching looks wonderful!
    I have some I haven't framed...unfortunately, professional framing is rather expensive. Then you have to trust someone with a work that may have take months to finish.

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  8. Oh wow, all so wonderful! But the mermaids are my favourite!

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  9. I only saw the first photo and thought "that's not too bad" and then I saw the rest!
    Tracy J keeps her finished Miras in an artist's portfolio. It's a great way to keep them flat and preserved while you wait to frame them. And you can easily look through them to admire them.

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  10. Just like you, I have a ton of unfinished-finishes :) Yours are STUNNING, and I'm completely in love with that purple orchid in the first picture!

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