Tuesday, 5 January 2016

DUCJC 2016 - Day 4 - Bert Badger

Hello again!

Thank you again for your comments yesterday.

For day 4 of the challenge I'm back to another Woodland Folk and more green fabric! I had originally spread these Woodland Folk throughout the month but obviously the children have decided otherwise.

Here's my progress for day 4. It's still a fair amount considering the normal chores of a working week have started.


Bert Badger
DMC Woodland Folk
Stitched on 16ct Kelp over-dyed aida by Fabric Flair 2 over 1
Stitch count 57 wide by 57 high
Estimated stitching time 16 hours
Stitching time to date - 3 hours 15 minutes


I love his big tummy. It reminds me of the ones my guinea pigs have!

Tomorrow's start is definitely more sweet than cute!

See you then,
Rachel x

18 comments:

  1. Another really cute pattern. The big round tummy is really cute with the large fluffy feet.

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  2. Adorable design.... Looking forward to watching your progress on all your stitching :)
    Smiles :)

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  3. Very cute! I love that you let your kids pick!

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  4. I love these Woodland Folk kits, they look gorgeous! The Cattitudes one from yesterday looks so cute as well, I may have to dig it out myself!!

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  5. Great start - his tummy looks like mine after Christmas haha

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  6. Another very cute guy. These will look great all together when you are done.

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  7. Another cutie!! You have made a really good start on this one. They are all so sweet, it's difficult to choose which is my favourite :)

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  8. Oh no another cutie. Love it! Do they get to see what they are picking or is it a random draw?

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  9. Would love to see you put your assumption on number of hours required into a future blog post. I assume 200 stitches per day when I calculate my finish targets. That works well for a medium coverage projects, not so well for a full coverage. Always curious how other people do theirs.

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  10. Ahhh he's gorgeous! I love his squishy tummy too.
    You're teasing us again about your next choice!
    I'm so enjoying seeing your new starts.

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  11. His tummy looks like mine. Another cute start Rachel. Please tell me where you bought these adorable kits.

    Linda

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  12. Great start! Good for you to keep track of stitching time too, I've never managed that.

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  13. A really adorable start! I think the little badger is wonderful.

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  14. I am going to have to agree with your kids! These ones should take centre stage :)

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  15. Aww he's adorable. He reminds me of a mix of Winnie the Pooh and eeyore lol. Great start!

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  16. Another such a cute design from woodland falk
    Hard to choose a favourite :)
    We allso have to guineapigs with the same belly ( rosetta and fluf :)
    Big hug from holland

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  17. Cute one!!:) can't wait to see the next start.

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  18. I had never seen these Woodland Folks before, they are so sweet. I love this kind of design.

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