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Wednesday, 12 December 2012

My finish

Here is And All Was for an Appil all finished.


I am very pleased with it.  I even made the cat the same coloring as my cat, Mia.


Now to decide on the next SL project.  So many to choose from!!  And this blog is proving to be quite a challenge for my pocketbook as well as my stitching skills.  My wish list is growing every day!  lol!

Thanks again, Nicola and Jo!

24 comments:

Nicola said...

Margaret,

A wonderful finish and yes I can recognise Mia, how fitting that she should appear here. She must be one of the most famous and loved kitties in our circle.

Now what is next?

cucki said...

So pretty..well done dear x

HollyXSing said...

Oh, Margaret! I am so in awe of your work! I love this sampler! I have the chart! Mia is cute as a button, as always!

I'll be starting my Scarlet Letter Challenge over the Christmas Break! I'm doing Emma Miles. I have all the pieces in place...I just need the time to get started!

I can't wait to see what Scarlet Letter chart you choose next! There are so many beautiful choices!

Happy "Holly"days,

-Holly in VA

Siobhán said...

Congratulations on your finish, Margaret! AAWFAA looks great--and I love that Mia is in your sampler, too.

Laurie in Iowa said...

A big congrats on your finish Margaret. AAWFAA looks fabulous. You are just the inspiration I need to get my verse stitched to complete my sampler. So... have you decided which SL sampler you'll be stitching next?

Gabi said...

What a fantastic finish Margaret . Congratulation . You're indeed an inspiration. Looking forward what your next project will be. Love it how Mia snuck in your sampler

Krista said...

Great finish, Margaret! Congrats! My list for SL charts is growing by leaps and bounds too!

Elaine said...

Fantastic finish congratulations!

Erica said...

What a beautiful finish!
I just love that you made the cat look like Mia!

Brenda in WI said...

Wonderful finish Margaret - love that sampler. Want to do it also,

Look forward to your next choice. Mia is so cute. Has she survived your kids leaving her all alone?

Kathy said...

Margaret,

This is such a cute design and your finish is just adorable. After seeing this I want to start it right away, lol, as well as a few others I've seen posted here. Just not enough hours in the day!!!
Also, love how you made it "your's" by adding the colors of Mia.

Dona said...

Margaret, it's beautiful, of course! I love that you stitched Mia into it. It makes even more special. Wait til your DS sees it!

Jennifer H said...

Margaret,

What a lovely finish! I loved how you got Mia in there too. :)

Can't wait to see what you will stitch next! :D

Hugs and Love,
Jennifer H

queenstownsamplerdesigns said...

Hello Margaret,

Congratulations on your finish!
Beautiful work.
I love that you included Mia.

Barbara

Elizabeth said...

What a beautiful piece - wonderful work. I love the way you have incorporated Mia.

Miss Pants said...

Beautiful finish! I love what you did with the cat. It's so cute!

Lanie said...

Ok, "Miss Quick-as-Lightning Stitchy Fingers"! ;) Are you the first to post a finish? Congratulations! This is lovely. Can't wait to see what you plan next...you know I live vicariously through your stitching!

Louise said...

It's just gorgeous, Margaret! What an accomplishment!

Faye said...

Beautiful beyond words!!!! I just love it!!! You are the Master sampler stitcher!!!!! Take care, Faye

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

It's beautiful! How did you manage the letters so quickly?

Deanna Chavez said...

It's just beautiful and I love your representation of Mia!

Vera said...

Oh Margaret, Appil is so gorgeous -- wonderful job and I love that Mia is in it! Just perfect!! Which SL sampler will be your next?

Lisa M said...

I love how Mia has made an appearance and will now be immortal! Can't wait to see your next project.

Marlene said...

Lovely...just lovely. I'm about to start this one but I am searching for a linen color I like. What fabric did you use? and did you use DMC or silk?