Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Trying to survive!

A bad cold that is! I haven't stitched since last Friday when my sinuses started aching and I just had to lay down. I though that I would share this framed piece that I framed earlier last week. It's an older kit from Ewe and Eye and Friends and I used all the materials that came with the kit. It's called Autumn Urn I think. Thank you for all the sweet comments and for stopping by. Off to have another cup of hot tea!

10 comments:

Ranae said...

Aww! you poor thing! Take good care of yourself
I hope you can stitch for the SAL tonite. I am starting earlier tonite so I can make good stride.

I didn't start RS last Monday Like I wanted. Kellie had a game and then this last Monday she had high school orintation. I have too much on my plate as it is, lol
Nice framed piece

Deb said...

I recognized that piece right away! It looks wonderful. It's always fun to see older EEF pieces. Did you get this as a kit from somewhere. I know that one of the shops offered these as monthlies at one time. I've got quite a few of them (unstitched of course, which is a crime!!

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

Great EE&F finish. You did a great job framing it, too! I hope you feel better, soon!

Kathy said...

Nice finished piece. Great job stitching.

Hope you and your sinuses feel better soon. Take care of yourself.

Mylene said...

Well done on the framing, it looks great. Hope you feel much better very soon.

Siobhan said...

Lovely finished piece--the frame is perfect!

I hope you're feeling better! Hang in there. Moms don't get a chance to get sick, so take a rest when you can sneak it. (((((((Kajsa))))))))

Sharon said...

Love this! It looks wonderful! Hope you feel better soon!

Brigitte said...

Oh, I love E&E&F, they are among my favourite designers. Your framed piece looks gorgeous.
I know that those colds take some time but I hope you are slowly feeling better.

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Suzanne said...

I hope that you are feeling better now. This piece looks so lovely all framed.