Sunday, 27 October 2019

Fully Finished Gallery - October

I'm seriously late for this post (as for many others), but as you know my life has been a little...uprooted lately. As has been my vacation earlier this year - I had grand plans of tiding up my sewing corner and actually getting some serious finishing done! Well, I barely managed to tidy up but haven't even touched my sewing machine, so that'll have to wait for another time. So as plan B, I decided to finish and finish-finish an ornament I started stitching earlier this month - this is the June Pearl Ornament from the 2015 Ornaments of the Month, designed by my friend Magical! I started this series when it came out and still haven't done all of them. In fact, this one was the first one I stitched this year - and I so, so missed it!


Can you see it? I know it's hard to make out on the pictures, but it's so pretty in real life! I was arguing back and forth about changing the fabric or colours, but decided against it to have a matching set, and I'm so happy that I did. I finish-finished the ornament the same way I did the others, adding some creamy-pearly beads to the edge:


So, here we go. Just a small finish again, but finish is finish, even if I'm very late!

7 comments:

Rachel said...

Your finish is really pretty. Hopefully the little bit of craft time cheered you up a little.
This month's gallery is closed but there's no reason you can't link back to this post in November. It'll be one more on the FFO list and one more entry into the year end giveaway for you. :)

Pamela said...

Well done!

diamondc said...

Leonore: It is beautiful, so bright and lovely.

Catherine

Carol said...

It's a bit hard to see the design, but I can tell it is lovely, Leonore :) Love the beaded edge!

Bethan said...

A lovely finish (from what I can make out!). And a finish is a finish, and impressive considering how uprooted you have been x

Astrids dragon said...

A lovely finish!

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

Very pretty edging and finishing, but it is super difficult to see the design! Try using a long exposure without the flash?