Tippy Toes As Far As We Go Kits

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  1. helen says:

    em, I may have a few unstitched cross stitch kits myself. I gave most to my neighbour, about 10 years ago now. I held on to a few though, still undone!

  2. mlmcspadden says:

    I tend to put my finished cross-stitch pieces into quilts of various sizes. =)

  3. Oh they are so sweet! I’m glad Sue decided to open and stitch them, they are very special.
    Years ago I worked in a frame shop and we framed many cross stitched pieces. They always looked beautiful. The labor charge for stretching the piece into perfect alignment was a bit pricey though.

  4. dezertsuz says:

    Cross stitch is something I don’t do, so I have no ideas for you, really – maybe on a pocket on a stitchery tote bag? These are both very cute designs and it looks like Sue did a beautiful job. she must enjoy it. LOL

  5. Kathryn says:

    Most definitely very English cross stitch! Weather often prevents sailings between Nth and Sth but rarely flights so you were very unlucky, although now when I think of it fog can be a big issue.

  6. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Both of these are adorable cross stitch projects and I hope that Sue does enjoy doing them. One idea for framing them that I saw recently was the cross stitch was stretched tightly around a wooden embroidery hoop and stapled in place (in a few places) and then glued. The person then put the top ring around and decorated it with laces and beads. It was a beautiful wall hanging in the end. Sorry that I can not remember where I did see it at, most likely pinterest. I like all of the other suggestions/ideas also. I have a lot of cross stitch patterns that I will never do because of my love for hand embroidery, would Sue be interested in any of my patterns? Today, I am working on an applique pattern of bears using double sided interfacing. I am already excited to get stitching only it will be at least one more day of preparations before that happens. LOL. What are you working on, Roseanne? Have a fantastic day!!

  7. Vicki says:

    Wow that brings back memories-I used to do a fair amount of CCstitch. Lots of snowman pictures were made. How about making pillows? haha I see Wendy already suggested that.

  8. Oh, there is hope fo my cross-stitches that went away when I started quilting then. I have to say that the most common thing I have done with my cross-stitcheries is to have them framed.

  9. Oh my, I haven’t done counted cross stitch in years! This sure brings back memories. As far as finishing them, you could frame them. Or you could make a fun little wallhanging with them. If they are square and the same size, you could add star points to each one and sew the two blocks together, add a border, and finish it off for a cute little wall hanging. Pillows, maybe (although pillows here get kinda wrecked).

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