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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Cross Stitch - London Tube Map

I must be on a roll as I also finished the London Underground Map.   Now this is far too big to be framed so I am thinking of making into a cushion cover.    I hope that doesn't take me a few more years!

Cross Stitch - F1 Ferrari Racing Car

Finally finished the F1 Ferrari Racing Car that my niece Amber asked me to make.    It only took a couple of years!   Cross stitch on black canvas is not that easy but I am pleased with outcome.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014


I thought I would have a go at drawing, which is something I haven't done for about 40 years.  Here are some of my efforts so far. 

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Cross stitch - Handbags

I finally finished a piece of cross stitch.   I feel that this is quite an achievement and hopefully I will continue finishing some more work in 2014.
Just need to get it washed, ironed and framed. 

Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Cross Stitch - Chinese Junk

I have just finished making this picture in cross stitch and have had it framed.   I did make it for a friend  but I am not sure if they are going to get it now as I think it will look lovely in my bedroom. 

Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Dress card

I just finished making this card for my friend Rochelle.   I started making card sometime ago but decided that I must finish all the cross stitch I have started before I start anything else or even thinking of buying anything else.  Love this little dress!

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Cross Stitch - US Army

I can finally add this cross stitch to my crafting blog.  I have been holding on to it until I was able to give it to Cindy and Jim Brown.   Cindy and I have been pen pals for over 40 years and we met for the first time in December 2010, we met again as we both passing through Heathrow in May 2011 and this third time in London, November 2011.  

Jim is in the US Army and both he and Cindy have travelled all over the US and Europe with his job.  I wanted to make them something that they could keep and treasure for the future and to remind them of all their travels.