Friday, January 28, 2011

Stick a Fork in Her - She's Done!

I realize this is a little anti-climatic after yesterday's picture, but a finish is a finish and deserves a post! This is Unna von Bergen 1869, a freebie by Beth Twist.
I am amazed how much I love this sampler! Crazy colors, idiosyncratic boo-boos - but it works!

Thank you, Beth!



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12 comments:

Alf N Stitches said...

I love this! I love the colors! What about at the top---is it finished?

Catherine said...

Great finish! I love how sometimes things just work!

Michele said...

It is finished as charted. Do you mean the empty row under the alphabet? That was on the chart. I love all the little idiosynchrasies! :)

Michele said...

Oh, now I see! I did leave off a couple of little red motifs above the alphabet. I am off to stitch them now! Thanks! :)

Margaret said...

She really is gorgeous! I love it! Congratulations!

Alf N Stitches said...

I want to stitch this!

KarenV said...

Congratulations, it's really pretty!

Siobhan said...

Congratulations on the finish!! Wahooooo!

mainely stitching said...

I refuse to stick a fork in this gorgeous finish! ;)

Mary said...

Stunning!

Brigitte said...

Congratulations on this wonderful finish. I love the colours, thy are so unusual as a colour combo that the whole design lokks very impressive.

Nancy said...

And, she's very well done! This is really a beautiful sampler - your stitching is beautiful too! I love these colors, and will have to get it on my to stitch list this year.