Sunday, 28 July 2019

Back With A July Finish

Well nearly finished.  I'm jumping in before Monday begins another week of busy busy and I miss posting.  My apologies for being absent through June but life has been hectic with one thing and another. Some of it not great, but a lot of lovely quality time spent with family before and during the school holidays and a little trip away.

So I'm back to my Santa Cutlery Keepers and if I can stay on track I will have six of these little fellows by end of November. Just to prove I'm not sharing a pic of the same Santa each time, here is my first one with his new friend. (Still needs a little more sparkle)


I've also been doing some thinking re next year. I'm happy to keep 1 Xmas Item A Month and our quiet little workshop door open for anyone to pop in and out when time permits. It's lovely seeing the beautiful creations that each of you kindly share with fellow Elves.  I've already decided that I'm going to be working on my "A Merry Christmas Garden" which I started waaayyy back in January 2014. Time to bring this beauty to at least a finished top by end of 2020.  Progress so far is ...



Merry Christmas Creating xx

Finally a Finish


Finally got a finish after being away for a couple of months travelling.
Its a lovely pattern called Let it Snow Pennyrug by Sew Unique Creations and is made all in wool felt.
Cheers Sheryl xx

Thursday, 25 July 2019

July finish

I've been making these little stockings over the last few evenings & finished the last tonight. Just in time for posting today.
Happy Stitching,

It's JuLy

And I managed to finish off my Christmas Wreath I've been working on over the last 7 months.
Thanks Narelle... for the encouragement to keep up the effort.

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Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Another for June

I used up an orphan bock & made a Christmas Cushion.
Thanks again Narelle... xox

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5 little ornaments

Time is getting away on me again & i'd nothing done for my Christmas finishes. I'd prepped these little ornaments months ago & they are quick & easy to put together so i got all 5 done over a couple of evenings
Happy Stitching,

Monday, 24 June 2019

JuNe ITeM

Meet THOMAS' cousin... LoCo...
& it's the final piece in the Christmas wreath.
Now I can start to put the wreath together.

Thanks Narelle... this monthly challenge is perfect to get Chrissy things made.
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Thursday, 30 May 2019

Just in time...

  I have made another felt ornament for this month....


So far I have managed to keep to one a month for this year....


Keep well everyone..... xx

Monday, 27 May 2019

Felt Wreath

Another 2 ornies for my Christmas Wreath are now complete.
Not many left to sew now... yippee... so I feel a finish coming up...

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Sunday, 26 May 2019

May Makes

At the start of May I got busy and cut out the cutlery panel, placing each Santa into a packet ready to grab and go ... then things went pair shaped and the Santas are still in their packets.


So today I got busy once again and whipped up 4 more Christmas Tree decorations.


Grandson J has already claimed 2 of my earlier decorations for his tree ... love him to bits xx

Keep sharing your makes or progress dear Elves ... we're nearly halfway there ... oh my!

Saturday, 25 May 2019

May Christmas Finishes

Finished these little projects just in time seeing today is the 25th. :)

Happy Stitching.

Friday, 24 May 2019

Tis the Season


              One Christmas block from last month.......and one for this month.

Monday, 20 May 2019

It's nearing the end...

of MaY so I have a finished item or two... to add to the gift box.
Thanks again Narelle...
for making it so easy to have gifts ready for Xmas.
To find more pic's... & info... click HeRe.

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Monday, 29 April 2019

April Made It

My intention was to make 2 of these cutlery holders but there was more involved than I first thought ... so 1 it is!


These were a kit of 6 I purchased a few (???) years back.  Ho, ho, ho.

Sunday, 28 April 2019

April finish

Just managed to get these in before end of month. 2 little ornaments.
Happy Stitching,