Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Eliza Pennance



I finished Eliza today. I started her back on August 25, and for numerous reasons, put her aside. I am not used to over 1, let alone over 1 on 40ct. Not to be discouraged, I moved on. To show her size, I have added the Quarter- she is 2 3/4" x 2.5". So small! Using the called for NPI with Vintage Autumn Gold Lakeside Linen.

I will need my head examined afterall, I just got Sarah Woodham today, and I am in for alot of over 1 on 40ct!! Its all about the outcome right? So yes, there will be more over 1 on 40ct will be in my future.

PS Dad, that is my quarter- you cant have it! LOL

13 comments:

  1. GREAT finish! I really love over one and do some of it on 32 count but I don't think I could handle 40 count. The results are gorgeous!!! I love those bicentennial quarters and have a jar full myself!

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  2. LOL! about the quarter, my kids fight over those too ;)
    I LOVE your Eliza Pence and shall drool over your Sarah Woodham ;)

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  3. Lovely! I know the feeling with the over one -- it's a pain! Sarah Woodham will be torture -- but I'm looking forward to it! lol!

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  4. So pretty! Love these colors!!

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  5. wow so tiny stitch!, i am feel a litle shame, my only 1x1 is in jobelan 28...

    beautiful sampler.

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  6. Lovely little sampler. Isn't stitching over 1 on 40ct such fun (not) lol. Seriously though, it came out beautifully. - Sandra

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  7. Sarah is in my future as well - we can agonize together over the stitching :-)

    Eliza is beautiful - over 1 really does make it look amazing!

    Your new mermaid project is great - I've never seen the pattern before - such lovely colors.

    Enjoy your day

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  8. I don't feel confident enough for 1x1 and on 40ct! You are a brave girl. This is beautiful. :)

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  9. Wow!! A whole project over one. It's beautiful, so tiny and exquisite. Lovely work. I was afraid Sarah had over one on her. Eek. I love the finished result, just don't like the process!

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  10. Oh it's SO TINY! I love it! We all need our heads examined, right? I find I can't stitch over 1 at home since I don't have good enough lighting (hopefully that will change in my future). Congrats on a finish!

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  11. Splendid! I adore the schemes that you choose, always mysterious and magic...

    Sandy

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  12. Oh, so teeny tiny. Very cool. I'm anxious to start Sarah Woodham, too.

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  13. Looks great. Hey, a project I finished before you, well, that will never happen again. LOL

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