Monday, July 06, 2009

Finally finished!

Ok, you guys - thanks for following along with me through all this - and yes, finally finished - woohoo! Still have to iron out the hoop marks and stuff and of course get it framed, but it's done, done, done!
Wonder what the next thing I pull out of the cross-stitch UFO box will be? Watch this space...

13 comments:

floribunda... aka Julie said...

wow -- great accomplishment! I only have a couple of cross-stitch UFOs, but I do have a bunch that haven't been started yet... I think that knitting socks has taken over from cross-stitch, at least for a while.

Pat said...

That is an incredibly detailed piece and you did a wonderful job with it!

black bear cabin said...

hurrah...its done, and very cool! cant wait to see what you pull out of the cross stitch bin next :)

Tina said...

Wow, impressive!

miniaturequilter said...

That is amazing!! I have tried to cross-stitch, I get about 1/2 way and then gave them to my step-mother. I just can't finish them, but find them so tempting to start. Wonderful job finishing such a detailed one!!!

summersadie said...

Yay! It's so pretty, too!

Sherry said...

WOW I have done cross-stitching before but I have never seen anyone do something like this before How wonderful. I hope your keeping it.

sophie said...

Yay Kate, it's lovely. I can't wait to see what's next.

Andrea said...

Oh well done ! It is truly lovely. Will you frame it yourself or get it done by a framer ? ( is that even a word - lol )

anne bebbington said...

Love this Kate - what a shame you couldn't have completed it on the 4th of July :o))) That would have been very fitting!

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Congrats on getting it finished....such a great feeling to get something done that you've been working on for awhile.

Gina said...

Congratulations on the finish. I've got a few X Stitch UFO's. I'm taking one or two on hols with me so hopefully I'll get one finished

Love and hugs Ginaxxx

Shasta said...

It is beautiful - congratulations! - and nice that you have a label on it too. How are you going to display it?