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Friday, 2 October 2015

A bit of stitching from.......

........ marina.
I'm Italian, living in a small country town in Northern Italy.
Widow,mom to two grown sons. Of course I love cross stitching
and,once in a while, some knitting and crocheting too.

Thanks so much to Kaye who has been so kind to accept my
request of joining your Group : I'm very pleased getting to
know cross stitcher friends from around the world!

Here is my first Prairie  Schooler. I adore Nancy and Pamela:
they are incredible and their designs so enchanting and stunning.


Book 90 - Spring and Fall
Thanks for reading and looking,

Have a great weekend. Hugs.




12 comments:

  1. Love this turkey. Looks great!

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  2. Welcome, Marina! I'm not Italian but married into an Italian family. I love your turkey!

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  3. Congrats on the cute turkey finish Marina.

    Linda

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  4. Thank you. I think I'll make a patch pillow with it. A bit too large for a simple pillow ornament.... I'll be back when finished...

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  5. Welcome here from a neighbour in Greece!AriadnefromGreece!

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  6. I love turkeys and yours is especially nice. Very nice stitching. Can't wait to see it finished.

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  7. Welcome! Love your turkey :o) Can't wait to see what you end up doing with him...

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  8. Welcome, Marina!! I do love the beautiful turkey you stitched and have stitched him myself--twice :) Looking forward to seeing more of your PS finishes!

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  9. Thank you everyone for welcoming me so friendly.
    My poor turkey has been put aside for a while as I've another small project on the go at present .So please be patient!! lol

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  10. You chose a great design to stitch as your first Prairie Schooler. I love their books with the seasonal designs.

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  11. Hello Marina,

    Your turkey looks so handsome ♥ Your stitching is adorable too ♥

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