Wednesday, 6 January 2016

CJC 2016 #5

 
 
 
Hello Peeps!
 
 
CJC 2016 #5
 
Plant a tree - Green Flip It series
 
 
This is what is should look like when finished
 
 
 
 
This is what I have managed to start
 
 

 
Stitched on Sew It All 16 count aida fabric
Clay colour
 
2 over 1 using DMC threads
 
 
Today I was back on my beloved smalls
but sadly not much got done!
 
 
Toodles,
Mii 


55 comments:

  1. Hmm, looks familiar!! That's a good start for an evening's work. Looking forward to seeing if you're going to stitch the others in this series and, if so, on which fabrics? :)

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    1. Ah ah, only time will tell :) Are yours planned for the CJC too?

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    2. Now, that would be telling!! ;)

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  2. It's so beautiful and the whole series is a fun stitch xx

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  3. love seeing all your starts on Lizzie Kate desings ♥

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    1. Thank you Judith :) Plenty more LK to come, that's for sure!

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  4. This is an adorable pattern.

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  5. Great start! I love the fat little cardinal.

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    1. It's so sweet. We don't have these red birds in Europe :)

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  6. Another great start, i just love lizzie kate! Will this be the only one of the serie or will the other ones follow. I keep on following you:-)

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    1. You will have to keep visiting, only time will tell! :) I do have the whole set though..

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  7. What a sweet design! I think you managed quite a lot of stitching. The fabric is such a warm colour, it really suits the design.

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    1. Thank you, glad you approve the fabric choice :)

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    1. Thank you June, have a lovely day!

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  9. Fab start, Lizzie Kate designs are lively

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  10. Another great start! I really like this one. Looks to me like you got a lot done for one day:)

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    1. Really?? I didn't think I did much... Usual stitch for 3 hours every evenings.

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  11. Cute start Ingrid. Are you stitching them on one piece of fabric?

    Linda

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    1. No I won't. I will stitch them all individually :)

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  12. Oh yes, i'm all for planting more trees ....this is gorgeous

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    1. Thank you Julie. The whole collection is really sweet and different :)

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  13. Hello Mii,
    you make very nice works! I like it!
    Hugs: Palkó

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    1. Thank you dear Palko, have a lovely day!

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  14. Love the sentiment and the little cardinal is just too cute!

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    1. I know, it's a shame, we haven't got Cardinals here in the UK :(

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  15. Oh Mii, you have been very productive in this new year. All your new starts looks so beautiful.

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    1. Thank you sweetie!
      I'm almost halfway through my challenge.
      I can't wait to go back on every one of these projects :)

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  16. This is so sweet. I have to admit that I love nearly everything that has a cardinal in it.

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    1. Lol! I simply love LK designs :)
      We sadly do not have such birds here in the UK

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  17. Another great start. I really much pick upu some Lizzie Kate patterns, your blog is such a bad influence on me :)

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    1. Lol!! Bad influence, moi??
      No, just giving you plenty of lovely ideas :P

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  18. So cute!! Great start on beautiful fabric :)

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and commenting :)

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  20. Ooh I love the colors, looking fabulous already!

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  21. Great progress on it. I love how bright and cheerful it looks already.

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    1. Thank you! That little bird looks so cute :) The whole series will be great fun to stitch.

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  22. Now I understand why my bloglovong s so full... hihihi
    What a lovely start

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