It's the last Gifted Gorgeousness of 2017! I hope you've all had good years full of gifts made and received and stitched with/on. Check out how we've all tried to join in over at Jo's smashing blog!
I haven't been getting a ton of stitching done, and I gave up on Frosty Friends as gifts for DD's teachers. I settled on towels instead and finished this one recently:
This is a free design from Kincavel Krosses. There are lots of great Xmas designs, some smalls, so if you're still looking for a pattern, check there. I stitched it on an ivory towel with an Aida band with DMC 4520.
The other teacher will get this towel that I finished in 2015 I think:
make that early 2016 by the album it's in. :) This is from Cross Stitch for the Holidays 2011 edition and I used the charted threads.
I also received a gift for Stashmas from the Cross Stitch Forum:
There's an annual Stashmas exchange and I had a great time this year! I forgot to take a photo, but this is what I sent my exchange recipient:
I finished November and got it sent off a little bit late:
and as you saw in the last post, December was finished:
and the gift for my Xmas-loving friend:
plus the progress on Covered Bridge:
I still forgot to take another photo of Frosty Friends, so I will try and get a photo at some point. :) There's a little bit of time left in December to try and get this little kit finished for DD, so I'm going to start tonight. Nothing like last minute!
Happy Stitching and Happy Holidays if I don't get back on here before Xmas!
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