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1  Floral for the 60th? in Needlework: Completed Projects by LoopyLouise on: June 12, 2010 09:36:43 PM
Hello!  I made this from a pattern I found at http://myauntsattic.web-log.nl/myauntsattic/ (cataloged at http://www.gancedo.eu/content/oval-53) for my grandparents' 60th anniversary a few months ago.  This site has a lot of nifty, easy-looking patterns -- mostly floral, but there are some borders and zodiac-related ones that are on the to-do list.  Smiley

It didn't take terribly long -- maybe a couple of weeks on and off.  Classy, no?
Close up with detail of mixed colors:

Free-handed and backstitched cursive (aaand clumsy clusters of French knots):

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