Saturday, December 22, 2012

Blue Ridge Santa


When I saw Jillian's finished Mill Hill ornament Melchior last week, I thought it could be a good way to test out my wrist again too. This is the second of the Appalachian Santas, the Blue Ridge Santa. I stitched it entirely while watching dippy Christmas movies. This was silly fun at first, but believe me, I am WAY past the saturation point on Christmas now!

I have the third one half done and ready for the beads, but I think it will go back in the box for the time being. I'm not sure if I'll be posting again before Christmas or not, so if not,

Happy Christmas!


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11 comments:

  1. I have several of these Mill Hill bead kits stashed away somewhere. I moved on to quilting and I also probably got saturated with beads and Santas at the time. If they ever resurface, I will finish them. That would probably mean that I cleaned out my basement, though, so don't hold your breath.

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    1. LOL. Have a great holiday, Mary Ellen!

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  2. so good to see you were able to do a bit of stitching with the arm injury, take care not to overdo it though

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  3. I think you are Wonderwoman! I found Melchior quite hard on my wrist - holding the paper in my left hand was the problem. I'm afraid Balthasar and Casper must wait another year for their epiphany!

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  4. Thank you Margaret and Jillian! Right now typing hurts more than stitching. I'd love to go into more detail, but rest assured, I am taking care! Happy Christmas!

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  5. Beautiful stitching and look after that wrist. Merry Christmas to you and yours Monica

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  6. Beautiful Santa! Glad you were able to do a bit stitching. A Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  7. The mill hill kits are beautiful and always make me look at beads with new admiration. They're going to be gorgeous ornaments. Hope your wrist is better soon. I often get minor RSI and carpal tunnel issues due to weak wrists and 8+ hours a day on a computer. I really need to get some tennis wristbands for support but can never find them in a small size when I look for them. Wrists and eyes are the things I'm most afraid of ruining. Take care!! Have a fantastic christmas and new year and thanks for all your comments on my blog this year. You've helped keep me enthusiastic about my projects :D

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  8. Happy to see you have been able to do a little stitching. Merry Christmas and a good New Year.

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  9. Thanks again everyone! Typing is my main issue now, so I'm sorry if I seem terse sometimes! I hope everyone is having a great holiday!

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