Monday, 11 February 2008

Tumbling Leaves


Tumbling Leaves Biscornu by Alchemy Stitchcraft
32ct Antique White Jobelan
Threadworx thread "Squash"



I finally finished my biscornu last Friday. It was a really enjoyable piece to stitch once I got all the frogging out of the way. The only other stitching that I did last week was a letter from Just Nan's Ornamental Letters chart. I did this for a card for a school friends birthday. No photo yet just in case she reads this. As usual I took a photo of the finished stitching but forgot to take one of the finished card. This week is my Bourton-on-the-Water week again starting tomorrow, but today I am going to work on my Celtic Christmas lady. I've rather negleted this SAL of late, for which I apologise to my fellow SALers, but I am hoping to get back into the swing of it again.

Many thanks as always for your comments. It's great to know that you all find my blog interesting enough to read and comment on.

16 comments:

Anita said...

What a wonderful bisconru. Great colors.

Stitcher said...

What lovely Biscornu. such a pretty thread

Stitchingranny said...

Thats turned out really pretty Nicola and I do love the colour, think I will have to get some of that lol.

Sally said...

Your biscornu is absolutely beautiful Nicola.

Karan said...

It's beautiful Nicola - just love those thread colours. :0)

Julie said...

Pretty colours in this one, looks wonderful

Megumi said...

Your biscornu came out very nice! Congrats! :)

Cindy said...

Very pretty biscornu!

Becky K in OK said...

Lovely biscornu. I love each and every one I see.

tkdchick said...

Wow those colorus are just spectacular!

Colette said...

Its beautiful Nicola, and I love the thread colour, a great choice

Deanne J said...

Beautiful job on your biscornu

Carol said...

What a pretty biscornu! And...I hope your fob exchange arrives soon!

Teejay said...

What a lovely biscornu, stunning workmanship!

Carol R said...

A great biscornu with beautiful finishing Nicola.

Terri M said...

I love this biscornu! It's beautiful, and the brass button is divine.