Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Plant A Tree - DUCJC Finish 10/31


A short and sweet post this morning just to show another finish in the LK Green series. You must be bored with seeing these but I did say March was going to be a LK month!

This is how it looked after my January start:

And completed it now looks like this:

Lizzie Kate
Stitched on 16ct Muted Garden hand-dyed aida by The Crafty Kitten 2 over 1
Stitch count 40 wide by 63 high
Started - 8th January 2016
Finished - 14th March 2016
Total stitching time - 7 hours
(estimated 11 hours)

Another easy but enjoyable stitch, and one which means I'm now 1/3rd of the way through completing my January starts (although I have chosen to stitch the smaller pieces first!) Now to work on another one. Don't worry, only two more to go!

Happy stitching everyone,
Rachel x


  1. Love it! It's never boring seeing your fabulous finishes!!

  2. Congrats on the cute finish!! :) You are doing great in the challenge!!

  3. Wow you are flying! Love the cute little bird and bugs. Congrats!!

  4. Not bored!! I love LK :)
    Planning on working on this one this evening!!

  5. Hey Rachel! Finally I am able to sign in and post on here again!! It wouldn't let me comment on your blog and kept telling me I wasn't signed in, but yet it wouldn't let me sign in!! Grrr! Very frustrating because it was only your blog that I couldn't comment on.
    Anyway, I have still been reading your blog and ooohhhing and ahhhing over your pictures. I must say, I love the L*K series. The colors just pop off that fabric. Again, great choice!! Congrats on getting 1/3 of the way finished, that's exciting!!
    Oh! And congrats to the winner!!

  6. Congrats on another finish! I love the little cardinal on this one.

  7. Congrats on another great finish Rachel. Your going to have your 31 starts finished by June.


  8. I really do love this Green series by Lizzie Congrats on all your finishes

  9. Another super cute finish, Rachel :) I love L*K designs...they prove that you don't need complicated speciality stitches (which are lovely in their own place) or complicated backstitching to get a fantastic finish! Seeing all yours makes e want to go whip out an LK from my stash....hmmmm.......should I...shouldn't I..... :D

  10. Lovely finish you're really moving!

  11. I'd never be bored of seeing these cute designs! Another LK fan here, their designs are so nice to stitch and with such lovely bright colours too.

  12. Congratulations on another quick finish! These are a great little set of designs.

  13. Great new finish on this lovely L*K series.

  14. Looks awesome Rachel! Congrats on another finish ;)


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