I am really glad to have this done. It really took much longer than I thought it would!
I bound it with red. It pulls it together a bit more than just turning it under.
I think I will enjoy it more next year!
We are finally moving about easier now. Some of the snow will actually melt this weekend. This is how we looked after the blizzard:
I'm afraid I was not very prolific with my stitching this year. Not a very good showing at all!
Sorry for the terrible picture. In order of completion they were: Love is Enough, Blueberries, The Mary Clark Sampler, Wintertide, and 'Tis the Season.
Seems like most of my stitching time was spent working on Country Garden, and who knows when that will be finished!
The one I enjoyed the most was The Mary Clark Sampler.
Well, time for the ceremonial emptying of the stitching bits!
Here is my last TUSAL picture of the year.
Yes, definitely, most of my stitching (the pink) was on Country Garden.
What do you do with your bits?
I take mine outside and scatter them in my bushes for the birds. I always hope to see them in their spring nests. One year I did see a piece of red wool that I scattered after making my rug. I thought that was cool!
I will be back to post my new TUSAL picture on Jan. 4th. I have already decided on my next project, and hopefully there will be something to see, not just an empty jar!
I have so enjoyed reading your blogs, and all of your comments over the past year! They have meant so much to me!
To all of you:
A very Happy and Healthy New Year!