Sunday, October 11, 2009

After almost 2 years, it's finished!

Yes, my Fruit and Cheese, or Whine and Cheese as someone liked to call it is DONE!!!





This is my 3rd completed Mystic and my first on 22 ct. I like this count the best for these. The first one I did on 14, the 2nd on 18 and now this. Final stitch count? How about 61,250 stitches. At a penny a stitch that's $612, do you think I have any takers???

Now I can start something else....or at least work on something else!!!


17 comments:

  1. Beautiful work!! Enjoyed looking at the all.

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  2. I envy your patience, congratulations on stitching such a great piece!

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  3. It looks fantastic Nancy. I looked at it in close up, and it's an amazing achievment. SO beautiful as well. Are you still planning to hang it in the kitchen? Congratulations on finishing such a beautiful and complicated piece.

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  4. What a fantastic piece, Nancy. Great job!!!

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  5. Congratulations - it's beautiful!

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  6. What lovely work. I give you credit for persevering - or should I say "whining" - through it. :)

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  7. Congrats Nancy, it looks fantastic.

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  8. Wow!!! Congratulations !!! It's beautiful ;-) I could never stitch those ... they are beautifulm but it takes lots of patience to stitch them ;-)

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  9. Fabulous Nancy. I really do love this piece. Well done and I will be interested to see what BAP you will start next lol.

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  10. Nancy this is a wonderful piece. Wow 3 Mystic's that impressive.

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  11. WOW! It is so lovely! You did a wonderful job! What is your next Mystic project?

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  12. congratulations! it looks beautiful!

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  13. How nice! I like the Joy Snowmen, Mom Angel and the fairies showing on your slide show also. Such beautiful work!

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  14. Beautiful Nancy. Please share what you will be working on next.

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  15. Love the detail in this piece. Can't wait to see how it looks framed. Two years huh?! I hope I never have a piece that takes me that long, lol!!

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