Tuesday, 15 June 2021

Gifted Gorgeousness in June

 Whoo hoo I have finally finished all my Flip It's. These were gifted to me by Justine and I'll be gifting them on to my friend in Canada. Here's my December finish and the full set.



Originally I was going to make them into a banner for our gazebo to separate us a bit from our neighbours. However last year, during our lockdowns, they had so many parties and visitors I was getting quite anxious as their seating is literally the other side of the fence so Hubby put up some full size rattan screening which is much better. Therefore my banner is not needed ... I'm going to have a good think about what to do.

In fact I'm going to have a good think about my stitching in general and this year I am hoping to  set my year's stitching plans at the end of August, maybe early September. I will have some of this year's SALs to finish but setting plans at the end of a year and start of the next has often meant most of my stitching has been Christmas focused and I'd like a change. I also have some finishing to do so I may set that as part of my plans. 

Sorry Jo I went off topic ... thank you for hosting another GG, I do look forward to posting each month on the 15th and seeing everyone's projects. The list of Gifted Gorgeousness participants is on Jo's blog Serendipitous Stitching.  


I already have a GG piece for July, it's being posted today .... it must be someone's birthday soon then 😉


11 comments:

  1. Such beautiful stitching! Can't wait to see what you'll decide to do with these lovely pieces! And now I'm on tenderhooks to see what you are sending your friend for her birthday!?!?!?!

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  2. Congratulations!! They look beautiful, but it bothers me that the design was created using small letters at the beginning of each month name.

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  3. Clare: These are so adorable, I am happy you were able to put up a partition, we live in a golf course community where we cannot put up walls or partitions, it is sometimes a hassle when having company here or they have company on either side of us.
    Have a lovely day.

    Catherine

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  4. Great to see your year Flip it's finishes..i started years back and able to stitched the month of January until the month of June, and finished them off into a flatfold. Now the rest of the month, don't know where i put them during my moving out to another house..hope to find them one day.
    Looking forward to see how you finish these all, Great stitching!

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  5. Bravo ! Such a nice calendar, each month is lovely. Thanks for sharing this great stitching with us. Bisous.

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  6. Thanks for taking part in GG this month. Love those months, I do enjoy a monthly series! We have very high leylandii hedges on either side of the garden which is nice for privacy!

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  7. Your Flip Its look really good. Hope you find something fun to do with them. Good luck with the change in next years plans,

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  8. I love your set of stitched flip pieces. I hope you show us how you finish them. I also like your plan to change when you plan your stitching. Now you have me thinking I should consider changing mine.

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  9. What fun, every month looks great! I'm sure they'll look great however you decide to finish them.

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  10. This has turned out really lovely, now I wonder how you will decide to finish it.

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  11. These are so cute! Can't wait to see how you finish it!

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