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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Last Biscornu Of The Year

This is not actually the last finish for the year. That was Sheep Needleroll. I finished Winter Biscornu by last week but didn't post it.
It's a bit plain since I didn't stitch the second side. I realized 90% in that I had gotten mixed up and the tops of half the stitches were in a different direction than the other half. And the berries all face the same direction instead of being symmetrical. I thought about frogging; then I though about who would actually be looking that closely; then I thought about my perfectionist streak; then I gave up. I still finished assembling it, but it's going to be the black sheep of my biscornu collection.
Speaking of my collection. These are all twelve biscornus I stitched this year for the Smalls SAL. I won't be stitching biscornus next year. I have some Mill Hill ornies to knock off and then I'm not sure :)
My yearly stats post will be up later tonight.
TitleWinter Biscornu
DesignerAncsanapl├│
Start dateDecember 15, 2014
Finish dateDecember 20, 2014
Total time8 hours
Fabric28 ct black lugana
FlossAs charted

9 comments:

Brenda A said...

It's super cute even with the additions! ;)

Marlene jones said...

Love the individual look of this one, happy new year.

Rachel Tomkins said...

I love the Christmas Biscornu, especially on the black fabric. Please don't feel disheartened by it - look at it as a unique piece instead! :)

Mouse said...

well from here it looks absolutely fab .. love biscornu's and hoping to make some more in the new year .... wishing you a wonderful stitchy new year :) love mouse xxxxx

D1-D2 said...

It looks very nice from where I'm sitting :)

Teresa S. said...

Love your biscornus! They were a new type of finish for me this year and I made 4 of them.

Sheryl S. said...

Very pretty biscornus, quite a collection now.

Shebafudge said...

Gorgeous collection of biscornus. I will look forward to seeing your Mill Hills, there are so many lovely designs in their collections.

Pamela said...

I like biscornus also. Wonderful collection!