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I love it all: embroidery, canvaswork, quilting, crochet. So much to do, so little time.





Thursday, February 2, 2017

Two Years and Three Months

Happy Ground Hog's Day, folks!  Woodstock Willie, our local prognosticator, saw his shadow this morning (bright sun all day today for the first time in forever), so that means six more weeks of winter.  January has been extremely mild and dry so far, so I wouldn't be too upset with more of same.

As for the title of this post, today I finished something that I've been working on for two years and three months.  OK, part of two years--I started it at the end of December last year--and part of three months.  I did work on it every single day in January, though.

...a bee skep...

...and a lovely gazebo.  You know what this is.



The Prairie Schooler Alphabet inches forward.

That's it for today.
Thanks, as always, for visiting!

11 comments:

Tiffstitch said...

Woohoo! Excellent finish and more winter means more stitching time maybe?

Linda said...

Congrats on the beautiful finish.

Linda

Bea said...

Lovely finish!

Robin in Virginia said...

What a wonderful finish! Enjoy your weekend!

geeky Heather said...

Congratulations on the finish! Let's hope it is a better predictor of incoming garden-appropriate weather than your ground hog! =)

Pam Jackson said...

Beautiful. I understand those projects that take that long, I have a few of my own. Congrats on the finish.

Julie said...

A very nice block.

Anne said...

Absolutely gorgeous,Pat! I love it!

Justine said...

Congrats on your big finish!

blue star stitcher said...

How nice to work on a garden during the last months of winter! It turned out beautiful.

Carol said...

Such a gorgeous finish, Pat!! Just love the little robin perched on the letters :)