Friday, February 17, 2017

a cutie pie .....

We are having another taste of spring with very warm weather - the snow is melting and water is running in the streets - we're loving it!
And I actually have a finish to show you - not just the finished stitching but the actual finish - would that be a finish finish.  I wanted to get this posted before the end of the month so that you could grab the chart if you sew so wished - it's only up for the month - there is a new chart every month. 




Since I have only a few bits and pieces on hand for finishing I was  pleased with how this came together - another good lesson in minimalism - some spring decor for the barnboard tree - she's a cutie pie ... I think I'm in love.


it's today .... my favourite day

11 comments:

Robin in Virginia said...

What a sweet finished finish, Kate! We continue to have warm and mild here. I saw the greenery of tulips and daffodils beginning to sprout in some areas yesterday. Enjoy your Sunday!

Needled Mom said...

That is such a sweet spring stitching. Congratulations on your finish finish!

Mii Stitch said...

This is a lovely sheep ornament!

WoolenSails said...

That is a sweet piece and perfect for spring.

Debbie

Timi said...

It IS cute!!! Thanks for the link!
So lucky to have such springish weather! :o)

Justine said...

What a cutie! I love the rustic finish you gave her.

Andrea said...

So cute, a lovely finish.

claire93 said...

very cute and also very seasonal since Spring and the lambing season can't be far away.

I am said...

such a lovely finish Kate.

Carol said...

What a sweet little lamb, Kate--and a great way to use up simple burlap and twine :) Enjoy this last week in February--sure hope this warm spell continues! It feels like the end of April down here!

Brigitte said...

Congrats on the FFO (fully finished object as I learned on floss tube, lol). Nice to stitch these motifs at this time of the year. Makes you think a lot of spring. Our snow has all nearly melted away besides some spots in the woods. But no flowers yet in the garden ...