Monday, 8 January 2018

Winter - finished

Good afternoon!

So here we have my first WIP finish for 2018 and finish number 27/59 from Debbie's Super Duper Ultimate Crazy January February Challenge (DSDUCJFC) 2015. This is Winter from The Four Seasons and a companion for Autumn which was completed in June 2015.

Here's how you last saw Winter way back in December 2015:


And now finished:


Winter
Designed by Maria Diaz and featured in Cross Stitch Crazy issue ???
Stitch count 56 wide by 56 high
Stitched on 16ct white aida 2 over 1
Started - 22nd February 2015
Finished 7th January 2018
Total stitching time - 20 hours 20 minutes


And next to Autumn as a reminder:



The winter colours were so soothing to work with and actually brightened up the gloomy rainy winter days on which I was stitching this project!

Both Autumn and Winter will remain in my Box of Shame until I have completed the whole set so that I can frame them all together. Spring and Summer are both planned finishes for this year.

Back soon with some actual finish-finishes.

Take care,
Rachel x

10 comments:

Katie said...

Oh I love the colors too. They look beautiful together. Congrats!!

Faith... said...

Congrats on your first finish Rachel! I think the whole series framed together will be stunning.

Stitching Angel said...

Love them so nice to look at. Great when you have them all framed and on your wall. Congrats on your finish and looking forward to seeing the other two.

Stitching Noni said...

Well done your finish! They both look gorgeous and definitely would look perfect framed together :)

Linda said...

Congrats on the pretty finish Rachel. I really like this set of designs.

Linda

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Woohoo for the first finish of the year!

Sarah said...

These are beautiful.

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Sally said...

Winter is just beautiful as is Autumn. I love the colours in them.

Michele Stravato said...

Love this. I'm going to have to track the set down.