Final Finishes of 2012, First Finish of 2013

  • Posted on January 7, 2013 at 1:17 pm

My final two finishes of 2012 consisted of one stitching finish and one finish-finish:

The Drawn Thread – Merry Little Christmas Ornament (Finished as an ornament)

Ink Circles – Here Comes Treble

I started the finishing on this one last night and will have it completed tonight. I am just finishing into a hanging ornament. Unfortunately, I left practically no margin when cutting the mat that I mounted it to and I was too stubborn to waste the mat, so I forged ahead. I’m sure my music teacher won’t mind.

And my first finish of 2013 was a finish-finish:

Tor Rhuann Designs – 2011 Ornament

This was my first time doing a ruched ribbon finish and it was quite time-consuming. I worked on it while watching Brave and then Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve and I think it took me a couple of hours. Very fiddly, but very pretty.

Since then, I have been working on Nora Corbett’s Bluebell Pixie, from the Pixie Couture collection. We have a SAL going on Facebook and I have already put a good amount of time into her:

I’m not sure how much I’ll be able to touch her this week, but hopefully I’ll get some more time in on her this coming weekend, at the latest.

15 Comments on Final Finishes of 2012, First Finish of 2013

  1. Diane says:

    Congrats on your 2012 finishes. I’m part of the Bluebell FB SAL as well. Check out my blog for my progress. :)

  2. Christine S says:

    Great finishes and lovely start on Bluebell, Jenna!

  3. Julie says:

    Beautiful finishes! Love the “Here comes Treble” piece.

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