Sunday, 21 April 2013

Final Flourish

Today is the last day of holidays - back to normality tomorrow.   But I have one last finish to show.
The chart for this languished in my stash cupboard for years until I was spurred into action by Pamela.   I don't have the charms for this but think it is charming without and am mighty pleased with the result.   Instead of a ribbon closure I made twisted cord in Perle #5 and this works a treat.


And the last of the holiday photos are from a visit to a small village near where Little Brother lives.   This small village has the unfortunate name of Bulls - named after the original store owner James Bull.   Nowadays they market themselves with a plethora of puns on the town's name.   Previous signs of "New Zealand gets its milk from Bulls" have been replaced by this one.
The police station is named Consta-Bull, the dress shop is Fashiona-Bull etc etc.   The HD3QBEM and I had a bite to eat at a small café and I thought these were adora-bull!
And today while out this car fluttered its eyelashes at me and I just had to take a photo!
Have a good week.  I intend to.

12 comments:

  1. Your needlebook turned out so nice - I love the lining fabric you chose.
    I'm fond of puns and word plays, so I like your brother's village signs.

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  2. Your finish is just perfect. We also have those eyelashes over here on Minis. Needless to say my Mini definitely doesn't sport these:-)

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  3. I love your final finish and totally agree that it looks beautiful without the charms. I had to snicker when I read the bull puns. :)

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  4. Wow such sweet finish ...
    Big hugs x

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  5. Fabulous finish! And those puns are terribull.

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  6. Gorgeous finish and love the photographs from Bull

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  7. Your needlebook is lovely. Great job.

    And, ack, terribull puns. But it sounds like a fun place to visit.

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  8. Such a lovely and elegant little needlebook!
    Love this car photo :))

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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  9. I love(!) the hardanger piece under the projects you photographed. It's just exquisite. Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. What a lovely needlebook! The finishing is stunning. I love the Mini Cooper with the crazy eyelashes. How fun is that!?!

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  11. You do beautiful work! Thank you for stopping by my blog today and leaving me such kind words. And the mini cooper with the eyelashes is just precious!

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