Stitch a Tuesday – A little finish, but a finish

As its Tuesday I’m here to do my weekly update and as the title suggests I’ve a small finish.

Last week I was working on my Prairie Schooler Kris Kringle ornament.

These I’m going to turn into ornaments later on in the year when I have a few of them stitched first. There are 8 in total in the collection.

This is where it was last week.

Kris Kringle with Cardinal

I’m so pleased to now show that he’s complete and ready to be made into his ornament later in the year.

Kris Kringle with Cardinal

This ornament was part of this months Theme-a-licious for February and the Ornament SAL

February’s Theme a licious was
Figural February

Who are the people in your neighborhood…your WIP neighborhood, that is? Give your people-populated projects some face time this month.

Well I think Santa fits the bill for being figural, this months ornament theme was a snowman or snowlady and this Kris Kringle had Snowmen on his coat so it worked out perfectly!

March’s theme is
 March Madness

Work on something different every day…it’s madness…of the funnest possible kind.

For this I’m going to work on a combination of stitching and knitting projects and for one week I’ll work on a different project each day and take note of it….to do the entire month would just drive me scatty and we are not going to go there !! lol

March’s ornament theme is a 3D ornament, I’m not sure I have one to fit that but I will be doing another Kris Kringle.

It is now time to change my rotation round and I’m going to be stitching on my Turtle Trot pieces for this week. Whether its one or more who knows but tune in next Tuesday to find out.


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22 Responses to Stitch a Tuesday – A little finish, but a finish

  1. Karoline says:

    Congratulations on finishing your Kris Kringle, he's lovelyGood luck with your March Madness plans

  2. Fay says:

    That Kris Kringle is very cute and all in good time for next christmas!!You seem to have a few projects in the pipeline – all of which sound very exciting. I look forward to the pictures! And it might even encourage me to grab my sewing machine and knitting needles and get crafty so to speak!

  3. cucki says:

    It is really so sweet..HugsCucki x

  4. Lori ann says:

    LOVE your kris kringle!

  5. Congrats on your finish! It looks great 🙂

  6. Jackie says:

    Congratulations on your finish! Looking forward to seeing what you get up to with March Madness!

  7. SoCal Debbie says:

    Congrats on a wonderful cross stitching finish! You will have great ornaments to finish up later this year. How nice that he fits all the themes for ornament, snowman, and figure! I'm looking forward to all your stitchy updates!

  8. Linda says:

    Congrat on finishing Kris Kringle Ruth. He is really cute. I need to dig that chart out of my stash.Linda

  9. Thoeria says:

    As I always say….a finish is a finish is a finish is a finish 🙂 Kris is looking lovely! Can't wait to see what you're going to do with him!

  10. Lynn says:

    Kris Kringle is a lovely finish! I'm particularly fond of blue so I just love his colours.

  11. RuthB says:

    Wow — your needles really fly! Congratulations on great progress. I can't wait to see your Santas as they develop.

  12. Melinda says:

    What a great Kris Kringle – love the Santa's in his Blue Coat.What a great ornament.

  13. wilma boer says:

    Kris Kringle is so darn cute!

  14. Elfie says:

    He's a lovely Santa, congratulations.

  15. karamino says:

    Congratulations, great Santa!

  16. Topcho says:

    It's a beautiful finish, congrats!

  17. Nicola says:

    He is gorgeous and I love the detailing on his coat. Nice to see a blue Santa.

  18. Gillie says:

    Very impressed by your *shoehorning* as Jo would say, getting the Santa both for figural and ornament! Love his blue coat!

  19. TeresaB says:

    Your Kris Kringle is beautiful! Can't wait to see them all finished and…well finished. Congrats.

  20. Kepanie says:

    I can't wait to see how you transform this into an ornament. The stitchery looks real awesome.

  21. That may be my favorite Prairie Schooler Santa I've ever seen! He's too cute.

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