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Sunday, 23 August 2015

It's CTTY time again

Christmas Through The Year is hosted by Anthea at Hibiscus Stitches.

Do go and have a look to see what everyone has been stitching and maybe link up with your own project. There are a couple of lovely items already linked up so have a look and you might get some inspiration for your own projects.

Here is my project for the month.

This is about 9" square and uses a Gail Pan embroidery for the centre. It can either be used as a table centre or using the little corner flaps on the back be hung on the wall.

Happy Christmas stitching.


  1. It's a sweet embroidery you are doing.
    I am terrible with Christmas stuff, I always think I won't bother, and then I decide to do something in the last minute!

  2. Wonderful Christmas stitching. What a great idea to add the hanging flaps so it can be hung or used flat.

  3. what a sweet stitchery in the center of your block. To be sew organized to be stitching for the holidays....... maybe one year ;0)
    in stitches

  4. What a beautiful project :)

  5. Gorgeous work Lin - & thanks for linking up!

    Wow, your new header pic is amazing... those flowers are stunning...

  6. That is an absolutely adorable little quilt, it has me itching to stitch Christmas - too cute! And I too love the pic in your header, how gorgeous....

  7. Hi Lin I like Gail Pan designs but I've never got round to stitching any of them. She was often featured in Homespun Magazine. Anyway your little christmas piece is lovely. I too have quite a few of them fabrics which I used for a Christmas runner several years ago for my sister. We have such great taste. X:)

  8. very pretty christmas item and your fnsi stitchery is gorgeous.
    have a great week.

  9. What a wonderful Christmas project! It would make a great gift, but I hope you are keeping it for yourself. =)

  10. Lovely wee hanging - good idea with the hanging flaps on the back, I keep forgetting to add in things like that! Christmas is approaching far too quickly, good on you for being organised with it :-)

  11. Such a lovely Christmas piece. You are so organized and ahead of the game. Like the corner flaps on your piece too. That's a great idea.

  12. Gorgeous stitching and little quilt.Would make a fabulous gift!

    Have a fun weekend.


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