Wednesday, February 08, 2012

More Ann Grant

I'm still working on Ann. Every time I start to feel a little bored, I pull up Margaret's beautiful framed finish (scroll down) for inspiration.

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That tree took forever and I'm so glad to be past it! I'm a little over a third done. I'm really going to try to stick with it. We'll see how long it will last - I'm already feeling the urge to move on.

50 comments:

  1. It's gorgeous! Keep up the fantastic work!

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  2. Lovely! Yes, yes, keep going! :)

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  3. It's beautiful! Hang in there, you can do it!

    I just noticed you live in SC - I used to live in Goose Creek!!

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  4. It is so stunning, Nicole! Keep stitching :)

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  5. Once again-beautiful stitching!

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  6. It's so pretty... you're inspiring me to get back to my Ann.

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  7. Keep going!! It looks so beautiful!

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  8. Keep going it looks amazing! I love the border on this one.

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  9. Oh my goodness....Ann is coming right along. You have smoking' needles going on there. I love this piece. Thanks for sharing!!! Hugs

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  10. So, so pretty. You'll finish in no time! I agree with you about inspiration ... that Margaret is something.

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  11. Lovely work Nicole and the progress is inspirationally beautiful.

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  12. Looks great, Nicole! Trees are always a pain, aren't they? lol!

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  13. It is beautiful! Keep stitching, keep stitching!! You are inspiring me to finish Sarah Woodham so I can start this one. :)

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  14. You accomplished quite a lot from Thur to Wed. Good Deal!

    Happy Stitching!

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  15. This is so beautiful. I'd never want to put that down!

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  16. She is absolute beauty! Lovely work

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  17. One of my stitching friends has adopted "inch by inch" when working on big projects, and, in fact stitched a little inch worm next to her name on her most recent big sampler finish.

    Keep up the good work.

    Bobbi

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  18. Hello Nicole,

    Great progress on your cross stitch.
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  19. Its just stunning! And, I know Margaret's gives you such wonderful inspiration to stick with it.....You have made SO much progress!

    I am hankering to start another sampler now that SEB is done...I am thinking about a Threads of Gold oldie but goodie....we will see!

    Keep up the fantastic work~~~Faye

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  20. When the page opened and I saw that photo, I almost gasped.
    GORG E O U S.

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  21. Stunning work -trees may be tedious-but well worth it-everything looks great!

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  22. What about giving yourself a small "reward" piece? After doing x amount, work on the other for a bit...gorgeous work!

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  23. I really love the colors on this piece, Nicole - you are coming along beautifully!

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  24. This looks beautiful, but maybe a little small something to keep thing fun. CJ in OK ;-)

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  25. You can do it!! It will be so gorgeous when finished. Hang in there.

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  26. Keep on going! It's so beautiful!!

    Greetings from Debby

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  27. You've made wonderful progress, and she is SO beautiful!

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  28. She's really looking beautiful! Keep going!

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  29. I was so happy to have the tree done when I worked on Ann that I put it down for a few days and did something else - that guy was trying to confuse me a few times. Love your work, it'll be worth it when we finish and can share!

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  30. Gorgeous, Nicole! You are really making good progress, too. Now I want to hurry up with my projects so I can start Ann G.

    It's so much fun to start something new!

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  31. Ann is looking lovely, great progress

    Congratulations on finishing Sarah, she's gorgeous

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  32. Your piece is just beautiful. That trees is just gorgeous. Can't wait to see more!
    Linda

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  33. Oh, it's absolutely stunning! All that time spent on the tree has paid off because it looks gorgeous !

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  34. Hi Nicole, you have do such beautiful work, and you have inspired me to do some Plum Street Samplers!as well as some others that you have done :)

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  35. Great progress, try and hang in there. At least you don't have a deadline like the piece I am stitching for my daughters wedding...aghh!!

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  36. Just Beautiful! I love the colors. You have made a lot of progress in a couple of days. I am cheering you on!

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  37. But look at how much you have finished in just 6 days! Your needle just flies through the fabric!

    Happy Stitching!

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  38. OMG, your Ann is just swoon worthy! Just beautiful!!!

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  39. Ann is simply gorgeous!! I'm really loving all the "Ann" samplers out there!! This one is a must I think for me!! That tree, although large, must have been so satisfying to complete! It's glorious!!

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  40. stunning, love your blog,

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  41. Great progress, you know it will be worth the perseverance when you finish. It will look gorgeous.

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  42. Absolutely Beautiful stitching!!!
    :)

    Raggedystitches,
    Louise xx

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  43. Beautiful, Nicole !! I think you'll have it finished in no time :-)

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  44. Stick with it! You'll be so glad you did. Lovely so far. Can't wait to see more progress.

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  45. Ann is looking beautiful, you are doing such a great job. Another design in my list to get done, one day!

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