Stitching, beading and other crafty bits
They're looking fabulous Clare. I'm about 2 weeks behind on mine, I must try and catch up
I expect the red will be out again this week, especially if you are in London. Hope you enjoy your visit; don't forget to let us know what you did and/or saw there! :)
I have a second blog about our travels Rachel if you'd like a read here's the link http://aimetus.blogspot.com/?m=0
I’m sure there will be red next time, from your trip to London! We live just south of London, and we certainly notice the difference as we get closer to London!Would it be possible for you to show the key with your photos as I’d be very interested to know how different your temperatures are to ours?Possibly your charts would look good finished as a flat back, with the day on the front, so you could pick it up and see the night time picture on the back ..... and be able to stand it with either back or front on show ..... if you see what I mean! Or maybe just a big fram with the two, side by side? Tee hee!Hugs,Barbara xx
I posted about the colours in my GG January lost https://aimetu-clare.blogspot.com/2019/01/gifted-gorgeouness-january.html?m=1Great finishing ideas Barbara, thank you
They look good, but I'm looking forward to it being cooler! We've been teased with it here and I'm loving it.
Lovely stitched gifts, so personal x
What a wonderful stitch Clare..I love the color changes. I've been gone this last week at a reunion with our six best friends from college. So today I'm catching up with all my blogging buddies. Have a great week. RJ@stitchingfriendsforever
Great work on both. Good luck on deciding a finishing. I like FlashinScissors idea of a 2 sided type finish.
It's fascinating how the weather seems to have gone from cold to hot on your quilt with very few middling days. Definitely cooler at night now. I am no longer kicking off the duvet!
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