Sunday, 20 May 2012

FNSI - The Friday afternoon version


As I hoped, I did get a few stitches in on Friday afternoon for Friday Night Sew In...... on my Christmas Garden project.  I haven't worked on this in several months, so there isn't much change to see, but surely a few stitches is better than none!


If you joined in FNSI, I hope you had a lovely evening stitching too.................

Till next time ...........Nicky




25 comments:

shez said...

such fine work Nicky ,this is looking good,well done.xx

Laurie said...

Yes! any stitches are better than none and just a few soon add up... looks lovely and will look great. well done ...hugs Laurie

Susan said...

It's coming along beautifully. I agree that even a few stitches is better than none. It's amazing what can be achieved by using those odd spare moments.

Christine said...

That's so pretty!

KaLu - Claudia said...

any progress is good progress =) it looks great so far

cq4fun said...

I admire anyone who has the patience to do XS and do it so beautifully!

Fiona said...

It is so pretty... such tiny stitches... definitely a few stitches is better than none...
Hugz

Wendy said...

It's looking lovely! I didn't get to join in FSNI as I ended up working until 11pm! Not fun...

Charlie and Wendy said...

Your cross stitch is looking beautiful.

Michelle said...

A little bit of stitching here and there is better than none... beautiful colours!

Jindi's Cottage said...

Every stitch is a stitch closer to finished so yep, it all counts...that is going to be gorgeous, your stitching is so beautiful...hope you have a great week...

Christine said...

Sometimes a few stitches are all you need to get back into it. It's going beautiful!

Christine M said...

It's looking lovely Nicky. Every little stitch is one less to go!

Josie said...

Your cross stitch is beautiful. So neat! Every stitch you do is a stitch closer the finished project. It'll be done before you know it... just keep plugging away.
Hugs
p.s it's in my 'to do' list too!

Katherine said...

Great stitching! FNSI is such fun and its great visiting other peoples blogs too.

Deb said...

It looks great Nicky. A few stitches are always better than no stitches.

Annie said...

Slow and steady wins the race, right? Pretty colors and stitching.

Carol said...

How pretty, Nicky--you must love every moment of stitching this one!

Grethe said...

Nice Christmas Garden! Soon next FNSI,yes,any stitches are better than none :-)

suzitee said...

This is looking great Nicky!

Sunshine & Fabric said...

The cross stitch looks great, and on the linen is just gorgeous...yes a little progress is better than none. Perseverance pays off. Well done.

Siobhán said...

Beautiful progress, Nicky! I am hoping to stitch this one soon, too. It is so pretty.

Suzanne said...

Good to see a post from you, although for some reason it didn't show up in my reader. I am glad to hear that your Dad is doing well. Sounds like you had a very busy holiday too.

Nice stitching on your Christmas Garden.

Susie said...

Intricate work - its beautiful.

Annie said...

Beautiful stitching!

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