Monday, December 29, 2014

Goodbye 2014...

Hi All,

Here is my yearly roundup of wips and projects for this year.
This is how Piper Tir N Org started at the beginning of this year
And how he will see the year out




Princess Izzy
And now
I had a new start in Consumed
I also had a few knitty finishes.







Plus this very special one I done for a great friend who is going to add the buttons when she gets it.

And few other different finishes.


And if you made it through all those pictures thankyou!
Thanks to everyone who followed, commented and read my blog this year. I've made some great friends through it as well as meeting a lot of awesome stash enablers lol.Good luck and best wishes into 2015.
Cheers, Sharine







9 comments:

  1. You continue to amaze me with all the beautiful things you make! Happy New Year!

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  2. Gorgeous stitching and so many awesome finishes

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  3. What a brilliant year you've had! It was good to see how Piper and Izzy started off the year. Love Barbie's Christmas dress.

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  4. Wow! Great progress on Izzy and Piper over the year and lots of lovely Barbie dresses and other knitted bits! I wish my daughter was still young as I would buy loads of those dresses! Happy New Year, hope 2015 is a great year for you. x

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  5. Your progress updates always show a lot of progress, but when you look back to a year ago....wow! You've done a lot of beautiful stitching (and knitting) this last year! I've really enjoyed watching your work grow, and am looking forward to seeing what you do in 2015:)

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  6. You do such amazing work and in so many different areas! I'm especially fascinated by your knitting since I don't knit at all. Your creations are wonderful!
    Cathy
    CraftyCat

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  7. You had a very productive year Sharine. Your finished knitting projects are gorgeous. You have made great progress on your stitching. How many days do you work on each one in your rotation?

    Linda

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  8. 2014 was a great year for your crafts - lets hope 2015 is even better :D

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