January Yearbook - Lizzie Kate

 
 
 
 
Hello Peeps!
 
 
This year I will be working on a few small monthly projects.
 
You've already seen my January Fairy on my previous post and now
it's time for a bit of Lizzie Kate... of course!
 
 
January Yearbook
 
 
 
 
Stitched on 16 count Aida fabric from Sew it All, linen colour
2 over 1 using recommended DMC threads.
 
 
My plan is to stitch all the months on the same piece of fabric
(3 across, 4 down) to eventually make a perpetual calendar.
 
 
The designs are relatively small and should be easy to keep up with every month.
 
 
Now working on a stitched envelope, for a small exchange
I've signed up with Albéna in France.
 
 
Finally, I also have a funny snowman to finish,
I'll be back soon, watch this space!
 
 
Toodles,
Mii


Comments

  1. What a pretty stitch for January , love it.

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    1. Thanks June! Just realised I forgot to add the little charm...

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  2. That's a cute finish Mii, I do love a bit of Lizzie Kate. The idea to make a perpetual calendar sounds fab too

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    1. Thanks Kerry!
      Will have to start February soon, time is flying by so far in 2017!

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  3. Wonderful stitching as always.

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  4. It is a wonderful start for a perpetual calendar! Looking forward to seeing the next months's stitchery ♥

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    1. Thanks Nurdan, I love stitching LK designs they are always fun & easy :)

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  5. Congrats on the adorable finish Ingrid. I have to get that series.

    Linda

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    1. Thanks Linda, they came out last year & I couldn't wait to start them all :)

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  6. It'll be interesting to some monthly SAL! I look forward to it!

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    1. Thanks Daniela, won't be long until the February one :)

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  7. This is a very sweet January, Ingrid - can't wait to see the other months as the year progresses.

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  8. Cute piece! That will make a nice doable year long project.

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    1. Thanks Annie, I agree, I have no excuse if I can't keep up with this :)

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  9. Oh how cute! Good for you. Reminds me of my calendar projects from last year. ;)

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    1. I love monthly little projects, they are always fun to stitch!

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  10. Gorgeous! This is such a sweet design and you chose the perfect fabric to stitch these on.

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    1. Thank you Justine!!
      My first choice was Rustico and it was too light. Unfortunately the white was not showing up very nicely...

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  11. Very sweet calendar. It will be nice to see the other months as you progress!
    Hugs,
    Barbara xx

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  12. How pretty it is ?-So very pretty! Well done again,Mii!

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  13. Bonne idée un calendrier perpetuel!
    Est ce le même designer pour tout le calendrier?
    J'ai eu l'occasion d'un échange avec Albena elle même
    il y a .... je ne sais plus!un échange sympa!

    Bonne broderie et délicieux dimanche bien au chaud a broder !
    Amitié a toi

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    1. Merci!
      Oui oui, toujours LK, j'ai la collection complete :)
      Ma petite envelope pour Albena est brodee, y a plus qu'a assemble!

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  14. Nice Work, i love it.
    Greetings, Martina

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  15. Lovely January finish. The idea of a perpetual calendar intrigues me.

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    1. Nothing intriguing, just all the little months stitched on the same piece of fabric :)
      LK's model are stitched in a column, which looks lovely too.

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  16. Oh, I also love monthly designs a lot. A very lovely January finish. I'm looking forward to seeing the next months.

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    1. Thanks Brigitte!
      I'll make sure next month the little charm is attached before I take my picture...

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  17. I love the desings from Lizzie Kate, too, what a lovely January finish!
    Hugs from Berlin, Jutta

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  18. January turned out beautiful

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    1. Thank you Michelle.
      More to come in February!

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  20. Très mignonne cette petite broderie.

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  21. What a cute little finish! Sounds like we are in for a lot of those this year, I like that!

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  22. Un futur très joli calendrier.
    Biz
    Christel
    http://toilesetfils.blogspot.fr

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    1. Merci Christel!
      C'est vrai que pour l'instant c'est un peu tristounet :)

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  23. Too cute! Congrats on your Jan finish!

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    1. Thank you Heather!
      This should be easily manageable :)

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  25. What a fun piece, Ingrid!! I look forward to watching this grow :)

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    1. Thanks Carol!
      I love all the designs on this series!

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  26. New Year's beautiful design.
    Have to work with embroidery.
    :)

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  27. I love all your lil cute stitching. It will look really cool by the end of the year. Will enjoy seeing each month's design
    xo Alicia

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    1. Thanks Alicia and I should enjoy stitching every single one ;)

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  28. This January design is pretty and your idea of a perpetual calendar is a good one.

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    1. Thank you Mary!
      It will look nicer as I go along, I'm sure!

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  29. adoro Lizzie Kate, che bei progetti!

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  30. Beautiful little stitching. Nice bright colors.

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    1. Thank you Irmeli :)
      I'm already working on the next month!

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  31. Very cute!! Lizzie Kate is hard to beat but I love your idea of the perpetual calendar :-) Looking forward to seeing this grow over the year, Helen

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    1. Thanks Helen, February is already started...

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