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    Smile 'The Book' is finally finished

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    I was dreading the hemstitch square page, but after trying out a sample on a spare piece of linen, I discovered it wasn't half as bad as it had been the first time around. When I came to doing it on the final page of the book it was even easier as I could see where it should begin and end.

    Like Hardanger it can be a wee bit nerve wracking when it comes to cutting the threads, but hey ho, I know how to do mini repairs if need be. Will I do another of my books? Eventually, perhaps a C******** Day and into 2021 project. Certainly not this side of December as there are an awful lot of other things that need my attention.

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    It’s stunning, Roz.
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    Absolutely lovely Roz, flipping well done!
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    Two and two make four...........but now and then they add up to three and occasionally, just occasionally its five !

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    I’ve had a good look too and think that the whole book is wonderful. I particularly love the tree across the different seasons.
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    Amazing stuff - I particularly like the Hardanger page. Well done!
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    That's lovely Roz an unusual.
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    I love flowers

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    Thanks folks. I have made a start on a new project today, a Mill Hill kit of an autumn ginger cat in honour of Oscar who passed over the rainbow bridge this morning.

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    So sorry for the loss of your cat.
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    Beautiful work Roz - you should be very proud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deefersmum View Post
    Beautiful work Roz - you should be very proud.
    I am a bit chuffed with it, especially the hemstitch square. I have been a bit disinclined to buy a couple of Jane's samplers due to them having a hemstitch square, but.... well..... I may have to have a rethink.

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