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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Ta-Dah!

I have finished the Mermaid's Treasures  project.  Here are all the pieces.



I am in the middle of making another snail but that doesn't count.  I did it!  I learned a lot and tried more than a few new stitches and techniques.  Thank you Amy Mitten for such great directions that I could actually do this.

Dylan enjoyed decorating the gingerbread house yesterday.  It was a good time.

I really tried hard to get my steps in despite a wonky knee.  I went to the Y after seeing Dylan and hitting the grocery store.  I made it (through pain!) to 10,000 steps but I'm paying for it today.  My knee hurts so I am being a slug.  No exercise class or walking.  Not doing much of anything.  However, I finished the USA Today crossword puzzle and Sudoku.
I am hoping to finish up a few things in my sewing room.  I need to cut out and sew on the scissors holder on the back of  Ebony and Ivory's pin keep.  I am going to make the second batch of caramel corn this afternoon.  The Christmas tree still isn't up.  Maybe tomorrow.
A


13 comments:

  1. Wow! You have done a fabulous job Amy - they are gorgeous. Your work on these has inspired me to sign up for the Casket Treasures - can't wait.

    Alison
    Godalming, UK

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  2. Very nice! You should be super proud of yourself!

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  3. Congratulations on a job beautifully done!
    What treasures you have created.

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  4. Lovely! I hope these get a front row position in your Curio Cabinet.

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  5. What wonderful work you have done!
    Look after the knee won't you.

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  6. Fantastic work Amy, well done! You must send photos to Amy so that she knows you have completed the project -your pictures are inspiring me to get on with mine -once I have finished Ebomy &Ivory -which might be a while yet!!

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  7. Congrats on your finish Amy!!
    I've enjoyed watching your progress on this piece.
    It looks Ma-velous!!!
    What a treasure you have.
    Marilyn

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  8. Truly beautiful! I have so enjoyed watching you stitch these. What is next? lol

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  9. It's truly a masterpiece and you deserves major compliments.
    Thank you for this long trip you've offered to your readers.

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  10. That is completely and utterly stunning! A true masterpiece!

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  11. You are such an inspiration to us all -- these are expertly done and absoultely gorgeous! -BFF

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