Monday, 19 December 2011

A different type of stitching?

Today I finished my final Christmas ornament, another Santa from The Prairie Schooler. I've stitched this one five times now!  I ran out of gold beads so two of them were finished with green ones.


My gift from 'Secret Santa '  this year was a small stitching project which I started yesterday and finished today, Appropriately most of this was stitched on a train. I made sure I left nothing behind this time!  I'm not sure how I will finish this one.  At the moment I'm thinking of buying a paperweight, I think Framecraft do them, and finishing it that way.  I changed the aida for linen but apart from that this was stitched as charted. The design is called Steam Train and it is from a company called Mouseloft.


My next piece of train stitching will be The Silvery Tree from the Mill Hill Festival of Trees series. This is the last one to stitch as I did the other five last year. As you can see I've made a small start.


The cross stitching may take a back seat over Christmas and New Year as I have a different stitching project to do.


Yes, it's Sara Lund's red jumper from the second series of the Danish thriller 'The Killing'.  Only as you can see I'm doing mine in a teal like colour, not red. 

This is likely to be my last post before Christmas and possibly until the New Year.  Next year the rotation is back!

Until then I hope everyone has a great Christmas and a happy New Year.

5 comments:

Diane (di) said...

Love the PS ornie Jen. Beautifully stitched and finished... love that beaded edge. Steam Train is a cutie, too. Great job. Have a wonderful holiday!

Lisa said...

Lovely ornament Jen & I really like the little Mouseloft design, I've met them lots & they are really lovely people.

Sea said...

One of my secret santas got me mouseloft kits as well! We had a whole staff one and a department one.

grannyanne said...

Lovely stitching. Happy New Year to you.

Justflo said...

Lovely Christmas orni. Like the little steam train. Good luck with Sara Lund.

Happy New Year to you.