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From x stitch I moved into card making - now I am playing around with mixed media! I am taking part in different workshops and with help from crafty pals, learning about different mediums and techniques. Hope you feel inspired to create after a visit to my blog - Happy Crafting!

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Finally home!

This is my round robin that should have returned home 12/12 ago. After a year of begging and pleading I finally got it back, 2 squares are undone as 2 people dropped out, the third one is missing as the person who had it for a year didn't stitch on it.



Hope you are having a good wednesday, back later with a card


6 comments:

Denise and Louise said...

So glad you got this back - the work that has been done is beautiful. Makes me want to get some of my cross stitch out again!!
Hugs
Denise xx

Kathyk said...

I'm so very pleased it made it home to you again and it looks just lovely with all those cute dragons. I'm sure you can fill in the blanks and frame it or make it in to something special.

All the best

Kathyk

fatmonica said...

It looks great-hopefully you can get round to finishing it one day.I'm glad you got it back.

Annette Bowes said...

Oh Debbie this is so cute! So glad you finally got it back! Hope you get it finished one day. I love xstitching too, but my copic addiction seems to have taken over amongst other things, thank you for stopping by from MIM, just popped by to say hello back, take careX:)

Trish and Treasure said...

Thank goodness you got it back, there are so many gunnas(that's Australian for going to do that) out there. Just an idea maybe you could stitch words or a poem into empty sections.I'd have to finish it, how many stitches can you do in your coffee break.Have fun finishing it!

Chaucer's Aunty said...

I'm so pleased that this finally returned to your Debbie, that robin just seemed to be fraught with problems! I received mine very late too- and with two or three squares empty. I do love this one though and I really enjoyed the dragon that I stitched (I *think* mine was bottom right, if I remember correctly!) best wishes, Laura x