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WOYWW 433

 Happy Wednesday everyone,

Thank you all so much for your kind visits and comments... well here we are again the day the major snoop takes place across the worlds crafty desks...  the brainchild of the lovely JULIA pop over and see how to join in and link up we would love to see you.

Well today I am just showing how the completed ( sewing part) of the stitchery piece I was working on looks like... I still have to frame it and bind it....I Hope to get that done over the weekend... This retirement malarkey of having more time is not true ladies & gents.... I need to return to work for a rest :):):) I've never been so busy !!!


 Now trying to decide what fabric to frame  with..... I choose the this one below
I wish to hang this on my crafty space door when finished....

Short and sweet this week just like the our boss Julia likes it...

Have a great WOYWW all and thank you for my visits and comments....

Hugs May x x x x

21 comments:

  1. Morning May. Oh how true - how did we ever find time to go out to work??!! Cute picture - hope you get the framing finished and can hang it on your door soon.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #4

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  2. Hi May, I can't wait to find out what you mean about retirement lol. Good luck with finishing the hanging. It looks amazing already! Happy WOYWW Sarah #18

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  3. I agree with you about the retirement! My hubby and I took early retirement when we moved back to Wales and haven't stopped since!! It's great though, I'm loving it. That hanging is fab and I really love the fabric you've chosen for the border.
    Hugs LLJ 8 xxx

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  4. Such a great make, May! Would definitely look wonderful framed! Thanks for your visit to mine earlier - I definitely understand what you are saying about missing the queen on the postage stamps - we have a king in NL now too and his stamps are super boring, LOL! Happy WOYWW xo Cheetarah #21

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  5. What gorgeous stitchery. That will look great hanging on your door. Love the fabric you've chosen to frame it with.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #13

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  6. this is so lovely...the colors and all... have a nice day.

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  7. What a lovely piece May! It will look fantastic with that floral frame. Got a lovely homespun feel to it. Thanks for visiting earlier! Best wishes for the week! zsuzsa #14

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  8. Hi May. Lovely colours and gorgeous detail. I fully agree with you re the retirement thing. I thought I would have loads of time and I haven't. I'm sure it was easier working Lol! Have a great crafty woyww, Angela x17x

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  9. So many people say that about retiring. I'd be willing to give it a go though! Love your projects and thanks for stopping by. Helen #1

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  10. It's so gorgeous, fab material you have chosen to frame it with! I am looking forward to seeing it finished! xxx

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  11. Your completed project looks fabulous May, I can't wait to see it when it is framed.
    Both of my neighbours are retired and they seem to be constantly on holiday or going out somewhere, I can't wait until my hubby retires.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  12. Oh well done May, it's an absolute gem of a piece and I love the floral binding. You must be very pleased. I'm jealous that you're retired, I cant wait to be so busy...it'll probably stop me procrastinating!

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  13. Hi May. Retirement? They keep moving the goalposts. I think I now have to wait till I'm 67, but who knows! Lovely project and you'll be able to see it every day in your craft room. Have a lovely week Heather #32

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  14. Looking lovely Ma, and I like the framing fabric you've picked.Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #2 XxX

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  15. Hi May, thanks for your lovely comments. I have to say the pic of your working space with all the gorgeous ribbons and bunting is so eye catching. Have a lovely week.
    sandra de @6

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  16. Lovely work May. Just never will understand people who don't enjoy retirement and get bored. SO many things to do and no space for any more stuff!
    Monica ....thanks for visiting.

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  17. Sorry I'm late getting around. I love your framing choice and can't wait to see it all finished. Thanks for stopping by, have a great week.
    -K. #30

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  18. that is going to be such a fun sign when you are done with it :)

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  19. I always say a woman never retires. Love your bunting I am looking at making some for my Christmas craft stall. Hope you find some time to relax. Anickoana #3

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  20. Sorry I'm so late May... but here I am to take a peek at your desk. And you are a great painter with fabric, thread and needle.. awesom! Hug from Holland, Marit #20

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