Friday, 16 September 2016

Histoires de moutons - Jardin Privé | Mid Sep Update

 
 
Good morning Peeps!
 
 
Time for my mid month Solo September update

A little reminder of my choice
Histoires de moutons from Jardin Privé


 
As mentioned in my previous post,
I was slightly delayed in starting, waiting for my fabric to be delivered.
It arrived on the 2nd Sep and I have been stitching away everyday since
 
Here is my progress
  

Apologies for the dark coloured picture,
the weather is unfortunately not at its best this morning

 
 
Those little sheep are so much fun to stitch!
Pattern 1 out of 4 is almost finished.
 
I plan on changing the date to 2016, of course.
 
My model is stitched on 16ct Aida from Sew It All
Sand Dune colour

Toodles,
Mii
 
 


67 comments:

  1. AHHHHHH this is so CUTE!!!! Great progress on it Mii. Love those fluffy, round sheep. Best of luck with the rest of Solo September.

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    1. Thank you very much!
      I can't believe how dark my picture is :D

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  2. Your start looks great. You are very busy.
    HappyWeekend, Manuela

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    1. Thank you Manuela!
      I love working on those little sheep :)

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  3. That's a lot of progress !! It is looking very sweet:)

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  4. Hi again ♥ ♥ ♥ first of all,I'd like to thank you for your warm greetings and sweet comments you left ♥ ♥ ♥

    I simply love those sheeps!!! It is an adorable sampler and your stitching is perfect as always!

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    1. Thank you Nurdan! It is lovely to have you back in blogland :)

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  5. Lovely indeed ! I like it so much !
    Have a happy stitching time !

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  6. Oh, you are already almost halfway, great job Mii.
    Good luck for the rest of the month.

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  7. It's looking great on that lighter fabric and the sheep are just popping off it. Nice choice of fabric!

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    1. My picture is awful and too dark!!
      The colour is actually similar to the one used on the photo of the whole finished model.

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    2. Oh haha! Don't you hate that? It's hard to get a picture of the correct fabric color, isn't it! I'll keep the name of the fabric in mind though since I have an upcoming project in mind and it would look really nice on that color fabric:)

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  8. This is a lovely design and you are making good progress. I like the colour of fabric you have chosen. It was worth waiting on.

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    1. Thank you Mary but sadly my picture is far from being true to the colour of the fabric. Nasty rainy cloud were out and about when I took my picture which ended it being awfully dark.

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  9. Un modèle très beau de Jardin Privé. Je le broderai un de ces jours...
    Biz

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    1. Ah oui, il faut le broder... ces petits moutons sont trop adorables!

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  10. Looks Fab, I love the little sheep ,hugs.

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  11. Dear Ingrid, is a beautiful and huge project!

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    1. Yes, it is a big project for me :)
      I'm having fun seeing it grow.

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  12. Fine embroidery, lovely lambs. On sunny weekend.

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  13. You have made good progress .The sheeps are cute.

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  14. I love this design,great stitching:)

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  15. Awesome progress Ingrid. It looks great.

    Linda

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  16. Looking great! What a fun piece!

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    1. Thank you Annie!
      Those little sheep are so naughty ;)

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  17. Merveilleux Mii
    Très très joli c'est une grille qui me ravie
    Douillet week end a toi

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    1. Merci Marie Christine :)
      Ca avance doucement, mais surement!

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  18. Great progress on this gorgeous design! It is difficult to take good photos when the weather is bad.

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    1. Tell me about it!
      Everyone seems to like the fabric I'm using... how can they tell?
      It looks like a grey mess!!
      Let's hope my end of month update picture will be better.

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  19. Great progress. These sheeps are lovely :))
    Muxus

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  20. This is coming along beautifully!

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  21. j'aime beaucoup tes petits moutons,
    ta toile est claire le rendu est superbe
    bon weekend

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    1. Ma toile est Claire mais malheureusement ma photo ne l'ai pas!
      On croirait que j'ai brode sur une toile grise... quelle deprime!

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  22. The weather needs to learn to cooperate when we are about to take pictures for our blogs! You had a lot of progress; hooray for solo stitchings! :D

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    1. Thank you Rosey!
      I am pleased with my progress so far.
      Let's hope the other half of Sep will be just as productive.

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  23. This is so pretty! I just got this pattern and can't wait to start it :D

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    1. Thank you Sarah!
      There are 4 patterns in total, they are all so cute.
      Those little sheep are certainly a treat to stitch :)

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  24. Great progress, it does look super

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    1. Thank you Julie, despite my awful picture :D

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  25. The piece you are stitching is delightful!! You are making good progress.

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  26. Great progress already, and I really love the sheep! Looking forward to seeing more as you progress more! :)

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  27. I really do love this piece and your progress on it is good.

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  28. Great start! and a wonderful selection of canvas.
    :)

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  29. wow e che bello il colore dell'aida!!

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  30. You're off to a great start! Looks wonderful, the fabric is worth the wait:)

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    1. Thank you Gominam!
      I have just finished the first chart and started the second one.

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  31. You are definitely on the roll with this Solo project. Great progress. I love these motifs a lot and have been thinking about buying this pattern as well but I won't have time to stitch it so it's only on my wish list, sigh.

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    1. Brigitte, there are actually 4 patterns in total.
      You could perhaps buy and stitch one at a time, this would leave you time to work on other projects too :)

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  32. Wonderful work. I love these cute ships.

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