Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Good Eggs

Hi there, back with a little finish, Good Eggs, by The Trilogy.  This was a fun little stitch, my first ever Easter stitch, I know, I know, where have I been all my life??  I might be a late starter, but I usually get there in the end.  I suspect this won't be my last Easter stitch though.  Isn't this little yellow chap a wee cutie?
Good Eggs, by The Trilogy
Stitched on Natural Belfast32ct
and WDW/Gentle Art overdyed threads as supplied in kit

The plan is to make this up into a little pillow.  Last year I stitched The Trilogy's Secret Flower Bed, which might just get made up into something soon as well.  Watch this space...............

Have had a busy morning in the sheepyards today, drenching all of our ewes through a conveyor system.  We can drench about 3000 ewes in 3 hours, which if we did on our own up the drenching race would probably take us a couple of days.  It is also a very back-breaking job, as most of our ewes weigh around 75-80kg, and they don't enjoy being manhandled by us. Thank goodness for technology.

I'm intending continuing on Numbers for now, unless something new and exciting jumps into my path in the meantime, so will post some progress later in the week. 

Bye for now, Nicky

7 comments:

Jan said...

I have stitched Good Eggs !!! I framed it in blue to match the first egg. I can't wait to see your pillow finish. Happy Stitching... Jan

Melanie said...

That's a great finish, the little chick is really cute. I don't envy you (no pun intended) having to drench all them sheep, I find it hard enough just bathing 4 children in a day..lol.

Vinniey said...

The little chick looks really cute! Good Eggs is really pretty.

Annie said...

How adorable! That's just the perfect button to enhance a beautiful finish!

Tammy said...

Love your Easter finish, it is so cute and the little button just tops it off.

Dianne said...

Lovely stitching! Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm glad that I found yours!

Theresa said...

What lovely colours, that little chick really is very cute! Will look very pretty as a little cushion.

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