Friday, July 26, 2013

Ornament SAL - July 2013

As told before I managed to do "some" stitching while I was away in Provence. Started the Santa's Village series by Country Cottage Needleworks and finished two of them (actually I did the last 50-something stitches of the second piece after returning home).

So here they are:

 

Oh yes ... did I also telly you that I DID manage to finish knitting both of my daughter's dresses (normally I don't like posting pictures of my family but this will be the exception)?

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I would also like to welcome my new followers and say thank you to those who left comments on my blog posts the last couple of weeks. July and August are alway traditionally full of activities (probably with most of you) and I don't have a lot of spare time to comment back or to even write new articles for my blog and read other blogs.

So I would say talk to you soon ... probably in September (with new piccies and plans) when everything is routine again :-)!

8 comments:

Deb said...

Oh, the dresses turn out adorable! For very pretty girls!
Your Country Cottage n look fantastic! Great series.

Yvon (jioya) said...

Je huisjes en de jurken zijn goed gelukt, en zo te zien zijn je dochters er heel blij mee.

Groetjes Yvon.

Carol said...

Your daughters look adorable in their beautiful dresses. Wonderful knitting, Ann! And your stitching is coming along beautifully :)

Giovanna said...

Lovely dresses for your beautiful daughters, and nice Xmas cottages - congrats on getting it all done! Enjoy the summer.

Brigitte said...

Oh my, your daughters' dresses are so beautiful, some very special summer dresses.

Virpi said...

You are really talented and your stitching looks fabulous.

Lynn said...

Your ornaments are wonderful! This is a really great series and I wish I had started them.
Those dresses are fabulous! They look great on your daughters.

Marcy said...

Your girls look sweet. And the Christmas houses are so pretty. Thank you for posting all the quilt pic -- I enjoyed seeing them.