Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Two Brown Chickens

Two Brown Chickens designed by Leanne Beasley is my last finish for March.


Folk art paint transformed a tired old frame
 


Oliver performed his usual inspections ... what a sticky beak!


Only one more day of work before our Easter holidays start ... I'm really looking forward to the break. I  plan to work on some of my many UFOs.

24 comments:

  1. Lovely finish Christine! Your stitches are amazingly beautiful!

    Happy Easter!

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  2. Very nice. Lovely job.. Lot of work in that one..
    XX Razzy

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  3. Beautiful Christine....congrats on all your March finishes...Peg OPAM 2010

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  4. christine what a great finish!! love the pattern and you did a wonderful job...

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  5. It is gorgeous!! Love it!!

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  6. Beautiful job. I like how you used a different background fabric than the usual. Or did you just put the white background over the red polka-dot? Either way it looks wonderful.

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  7. Love the latest project!! You do such lovely work...and your little furry critic is so sweet! Take care!
    P

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  8. you must be on school holidays.......love this stitchery........and it looks great in the white frame........

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  9. That is such a wonderful finish!!!

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  10. The white frame looks good with your redwork stitchery. I like chicken things, so this is right up my alley.

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  11. Great stitchery and the white frame really sets it off.

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  12. Sweet! It's wonderful!
    Don't forget to hop over tomorrow for my next block in my free BOM and register for the giveaway.
    hugs and friends,
    shell

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  13. Terrific redwork and I can see that Oliver approves. 8)

    Happy stitching,
    Susan

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  14. Wonderful stitching! Happy Easter to you and Oliver!

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  15. What a lovely redwork piece...and neat frame as well. All of your work is very well done and beautiful. Happy Easter.

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  16. Gorgeous stitching!! Oliver takes his inspection duties seriously, doesn't he? :-)

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  17. Hi Christine, your stitchery looks great... the frame is perfect for it... It reminded me that I have fabric and thread already to go for this in my drawer... must get it out....

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  18. Beautiful Stitching!
    Bear regards,

    Beertje Zonn

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  19. Christine,

    What a beautiful finish. I love how you have framed it in a picture frame.

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  20. I love your stitchery, what a cute pattern. Oliver is very sweet, keeping an eye on things!

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate your thoughts.

Christine