Sunday, November 1, 2009

Finished Ornaments

Over the weekend I picked up these ornaments from my finisher. I'm always surprised and thrilled by her choices in finishing and I love every one of them.
Lord is my Shepherd
by Diane Willilams
Joy of the Journey (Leisure Arts)
Abecedaire by Clarelis
Joyful Blessings
by Blueribbon Designs
Quaker Snowman
by Midnight Stitching
Joy Snowman
by SamSarah Designs
**Unknown**
Old Glory
Exchange from Jill
Fair & Square Exchange

22 comments:

Old Yankee Stitcher said...

They all came out so great. Great stitching and finishing. CJ ok;-)

Karen said...

Looks like you are getting ready for the holidays! Nice ornaments.

TDee said...

Wow... you got a lot done. Nice!

Irene said...

Wonderful finishes !!

Sharon said...

They are gorgeous!

mollycaff said...

Wonderful stitching, and finishing. They all look great!

Melanie said...

There lovely, you've done a great job.

Vonna said...

All are pretty, pretty...perfectly stitched, perfectly finished :)

Julie's CraftyStitcher Blog said...

They are all so very beautiful! I love all your ornaments!!!!

Deb said...

Oh, your finisher did a wonderful job on your ornaments! Very nice!

staci said...

Wow, look at all your beautiful ornaments! Your finisher is very talented!!!

Joy said...

All of them look great Milly!! You have a fantastic finisher!

Colleen said...

WOW!!! They ALL look great!!!

Kathy said...

Wow. They are all fantastic. Wondeful stitching and fabulous finishing.

Carolyn NC said...

Wow - they're all beautiful!

Renee said...

They look AWESOME!!!

Jill said...

I love that Old Glory! It looks great. Thanks for sharing.

Loves Christmas said...

Your pieces are gorgeous. I'd love to have the contact information for your finisher.

Debra
xsnut@comcast.net

Debra said...

Wonderful!!!

Kajsa said...

Love all those finished ornaments! So cute!

Brigitte said...

Great stitching, Milly. And you have a very good finisher.

Sally said...

Your ornaments are gorgeous Milly! Your finisher did a great job and your stitching is lovely.