Tuesday, December 4, 2007

I did a little JOY


Just Cross stitch preview mag. 2007

This is the ornament that I did for Misty. She received it so I felt I could post it.
She doesn't have a blog. I'm still waiting for mine. She said it is in the mail!!



I'm the mean time I have been working on Lucky. He is coming along . Just the bottom left corner left to do and the back stitching of about 1/3 of it still. Tomorrow it the PL day.
I have a lunch to go to and the Theatre in the afternoon. So I will stitch on it in the evening.
Have agreat day and stitch with happy fingers.

11 comments:

Suzanne said...

I love the ornament, such a great design. I haven't even done one design from the JCS 2007 Christmas issue. Lucky is looking so good and almost done. You have been working hard.

Becky K in OK said...

Your exchange ornament is so cute. I love the design and the way you finished it.

Kathy A. said...

Wow, Lucky is coming along nicely. Looks like you will have him done by the end of the year. Your JOY ornament is very nice and the finishing is beautiful. Nice gift for Karen.

wanda said...

I love the ornament and you finished it so nicely. You have really been making a lot of progress on the dragon great job.

Lynn said...

Love your Joy ornament. I never did get around to finishing mine. I decided to frog out the snowman and replace it with white floss. When I did that it pulled some thread with it from the fabric which now has a flaw. I hope to restitch it another time. I think it's so cute and you've done a great job!

Vonna said...

Joy is gorgeously done and your castle is looking amazing too!!!

tkdchick said...

C'mon Beatrice! Get that lucky stitched up!

Joy looks awesome!

Anonymous said...

Beatrice,
Did yours get there yet?
misty

Cheryl said...

Such a lovely ornie! Your castle looks great, i see Dani finished hers recently

Ranae said...

Love the ornie, nice finishing.
Lucky is coming along great.

Carolien said...

What a lovely little Joy you have made!

Greetings from a frosty Holland (no snow though, and a rainy Christmas they say ...),

Carolien