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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Mystery Sampler - Seasons

I think I first posted about this in 2008 since that is the copyright date on the charts and it was made especially for the Foothills Chapter of EGA. So, I think most of my other posts got lost in 2009 when my first blog accidentally (by me) got deleted. At any rate it was one of those things I found in my studio a month or so ago that was 80 - 90% finished and I asked myself why??? And then told myself I should finish it!!

Well I did and here it is for you viewing pleasure. It was designed by Becky Autry and I changed the border and dividers to green since we have more green in our house than blue. Otherwise I think I stayed fairly true to the design. Except for Winter, I could not find the same charms she used and I may change the rooster that is in the Spring square (since it is the only metal colored charm and the rest are flat buttons). Then off to the framers we go!

One WIP down, too many to count to go!!

6 comments:

Jessica @Blessings in the Country said...

That is a great seasonal sampler, love it! Great job finishing the stitching on it.

Patti-Rocky Mtn Stitcher said...

It's wonderful! Nice way to start the New Year.

Christine said...

Congratulations on a lovely finish

dixiesamplar said...

Very lovely finish indeed! Congrats...and look foward to seeing the next one.

Kathy A. said...

Cute little sampler. One finish down - how many more to go? lol

Lynn said...

Well done! This is a wonderful seasons sampler.