Sunday, 6 September 2015

Lizzie-Kate September Flip-It Stamp - finished!

Good morning all!

As much as I love having the children around during their summer holidays it has been really nice to return to the school (and therefore their earlier bedtimes and my night-time stitching) routine. So with longer stitching stints I was able to complete this month's stamp in double-quick time.

September Flip-It Stamp by Lizzie Kate
Stitch count 47 x 47
Stitched on 16ct Rustic Aida 2 over 1
Started - 1st September 2015
Finished - 6th September 2015
Total stitching time - 10 hours 45 minutes


As usual, this was great fun to stitch, and, as usual, it is another project for my Box of Shame. Amanda (Mrs Milkybar Kid) commented back in July that my Box of Shame should really be called a Box of Beauty. Well, it is both really. I love every project in it but have to hang my head in shame that none have been finished-finished.

But I have an idea about that which I will share with you on my next post.

In the meantime, I'm off to stitch on and finish Ravenclaw.

Take care,
Rachel x

9 comments:

  1. Very cute stamp! Looking forward to seeing how you will finish these.

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  2. Cute finish :). You could always put your finishes in a binder until you're ready to finish finish them. That way they're organized and you can put it on a coffee table or something to show them off.

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  3. Congrats on the oh so cute finish Rachel.

    Linda

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  4. Cute finish! I'm intrigued by your plans for the Box of Shame!

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  5. Sweet finish!
    Next month was my favourite in that collection.
    Looking forward to reading your next post :)
    39 days!!!!!!

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  6. Great finish. Really love this series.

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  7. A beautiful finish
    Look forward to see what plan you have for your treasure box full of finishes :)
    Have a lovely stitching evening

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  8. Love the stamp; very cute finish!

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