Monday, 23 June 2008

Christmas in June

Hurrah, this weekend I managed to finish the ornament I started last month for my monthly Christmas ornament mini-SAL with Leena – Tournicoton’s Petit Noel. I’m looking forward to finish-finishing this one, as it’s meant to be four small separate ornaments joined together with ribbons to make a long hanging ornament/wall hanging. I plan to start doing the finishing for all the Christmas ornaments I’ve stitched so far (9 this year already, whoop whoop!) in the autumn – it’s too nice to stay indoors doing finishing over the summer :) Yes, this is me being hopeful about the British summer.


Design: Petit Noel by Tournicoton
Linen: 32ct Vintage Country Mocha
Floss: DMC and Kreinik as charted


Happy stitching!

11 comments:

karenv said...

Oh, they're so sweet! I think they'll look lovely hanging all together :)

Barbara said...

Very nice work, Stephanie!

xstitch.nl said...

These look like so much fun!! Can't wait to see them all finished!

Beatrice said...

The ornaments are pretty, it sounds like it's going to be a cute finish!
You've been busy I see and all the exchanges are wonderful.
I look forward to seeing PL! on the SAL Blog soon. We need an update!
Take care.

Carol R said...

Pretty ornaments

Lennu said...

Great, congratulations Stephanie for stitching all four!! They look sooooo pretty :) I think this fabric suits so well to Christmas ornaments!

My Christmas stitching weekend was not that productive... On Saturday I spent 11 hours in the car and when coming back I got ill :( On Sunday I stayed in bed for the whole day because of this stomach bug... I managed to start stitching a tiny ornament on Saturday in the car but wasn't able to stitch at all on Sunday. I hope to finish my ornament this week though and I will show photos later! By the way, I used the same fabric for my ornament this month :) Have a happy new week!!

Hazel said...

Very pretty! xx

Carol said...

Those are adorable!

Nicki said...

Those look great! They're going to be wonderful all hanging together :)

staci said...

Those ornaments are so adorable! Wonderful job :)

Yuko said...

Hi Stephanie,
I think it's the first time I leave you comment!
This Tournicoton's NOEL is so lovely!!
Actually I have the chart, but haven't been trying it yet, so as seeing your piece, I want to try it for this coming Christmas!!!
I'm so looking forward to seeing your complete ornament of this!