Tuesday, February 03, 2009

More Boring Border Pictures!

Well, I finished both of the borders on "Kind Fond Love Sampler." Now for the fun part - the inside! Hopefully the pictures will not be so boring from now on! :)

Kind Fond Love - Both borders finished!

Kind Fond Love Sampler Border close up

Thank you to everyone who helped clear out some of my stash! I really appreciate it! :) Write soon!

14 comments:

  1. oh how did I miss the sale? going over now!
    border looks good.:D

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  2. You always seem to be working on something I really want to pull out of my stash and start! I can't wait to see more progress on Kind, Fond Love, because that's a chart I have and I'll be using DMC as well. And, although I have yet to start Sea to Shining Sea, It will be started in the next few weeks! Yours is beautiful.

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  3. I love it! i hate stitching borders but i like watching you whip them out quickly! may have to send you my pieces to get the borders stitched?! LOL

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  4. What a great finish on the border! It looks like a lot of work as there are two different parts! It is just really nice though and now the fun part can begin!

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  5. Lovely border! Isn't it the best feeling when everything meets up and you've proved you counted right? I can't wait to see the inside take shape!

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  6. Mmmm, looking good! I don't find this boring at all. I *would* be bored if I had to stitch it in one go, but boy, does it look good already!

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  7. Great job finishing the border. I can't wait to see more.

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  8. It's compelling blogging, Nicole! Just kidding, of course! Yay on finishing the border!

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  9. Well done on getting through the border. I know how they're not your favourite part of a design. Now you can enjoy KFL. I'm excited to see your progress from here!

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  10. Hey, it looks great!! I always worry that I'll be a bit off on the border, you know, that one stitch that throws everything off. Now the hard part is done & the fun part begins. Woo! I will happily be watching your progress on this!

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  11. It's always a good feeling to have finished the border of a project as it's usually the boring part of it. Now you can start the "real" stitching, lol.

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  12. I always love to do the border first - I always feel like I've really gotten something done. :-)

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  13. congrats on that large border finish!!

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