Tuesday, January 31, 2017

17 in 2017 - January Progress Report

Not much progress this month.  I worked on 2 items from my 17 in 2017 list.   I finished the January cat for the 2017 Smalls Stitch a Long.  

I also worked on this needlebook and fob, finishing the cross stitch part.  Next is to add the beads!




I hope to have more progress than this to show next month!  To see all of my 17 in 2017 projects, check out this page.  To see the progress other participants have made, check it out here.


12 comments:

  1. Very pretty, I think you have done very well considering your arm is in plaster.

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  2. Hi Pamela,oh your cat is so cute and your stitching is so perfect,hope you are feeling much better and that your arm is healing nicely.

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  3. Hi Pamela, great to see you were able to do some stitching, not easy with a arm in plaster. Love the wee cat. Cheers Glenda.

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  4. Is that a calendar of naughty cats? Mine is fast asleep right now and boringly well behaved!
    The light blue needle book and fob will be even more beautiful with beads!

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  5. Wonderful progress.
    The roses are so beautiful.

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  6. Such delicate work. You did great - that takes a lot of concentrated patience.

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  7. What tremendous focus you have to be able to do this.

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  8. What a great start - that cat is really cute, and I love the cross stitching on that sewing set! Considering your hurt arm, you did very well, and I'm sure things will just improve starting from here :)

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  9. Hello Pamela, some great progress there! I came across from the link up and when I saw your name, i realised I hadn't seen any of your blog posts for ages. Turns out my reader had deleted you! This keeps happening with various blogs...

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  10. I'm not a fan of cats, but I do like your needlebook and fob!

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  11. I think that's some nice progress, Pamela. I love the stitching of the needle book and fob. Can't wait to see them with beads.

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  12. You've still made progress, Pamela and that's the aim! Well done.

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