Downtown Christmas Picture Sewing Update 2


As you can see I have made a bit of progress since the last sewing update. This project I can tell is going to take me a few months as there is so much detail. But it will be finished and framed ready to hang next Christmas.

On other cross stitch news I have treated myself to a subscription of World of Cross Stitching as it is one of my favourite magazines and I’m enjoying collecting the cupcake series. You will see the cupcakes as I work on them, when I decided on what I will do with them all as there is 10 so far.

Until my next update… Happy Crafting!!


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Jacob Luneau
    Dec 20, 2012 @ 11:51:03

    Hey sweet heart from a girlyfan maintain the awesome work


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