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*100*

wow, I never thought id get here but i have and its really quite amazing, I've have finally posted 100 posts including this one :) Although many of my older posts are out of order due to picture editing and some have been deleted completely from this blog this still counts as my 100th published post!

Now i know its very popular to hold a give away on the 100th post but I'm not, and the reason for this Will become clear in a couple of posts time so you'll just have to wait and see :P


I do have one thing that makes this post memorable to me and that is the completion of this....
Ladies and, well ladies, i give you the complete Christmas angles for the last time. i finished the back stitching just before i wrote this post and like many of you stitchers out there i hate back stitch. i actually fell asleep one evening doing it! but its all done now and that means i can start a new Christmas piece! yeah, i wonder what I'll do? Any suggestions?
Edit: Also thought id try a new look, im not sure if i like this one what do you think?

Comments

Ginnie said…
Well done on the new finish - Christmas Angels looks great.
Miss 376 said…
You always think you're finished but then you have the back stitching, can take ages. But it is well worth it. Well done on getting it all completed and your 100 posts
lena-lou said…
Happy 100th posting Sammy and what a great finish you have here :-))

Have a nice week !
Stephanie said…
Congrats SJ! It looks fabulous!
Sally said…
Congratulations on your 100th post Sammy Jo!

Love your finish! It's so pretty!
Clevelandgirlie said…
This is an absolutely adorable piece. What an heirloom this will be someday for someone special in your life. Happy 100th post.

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