Hmmm. Wondering now if I spelled that word right. Ask my resident translator on my blog reader -Terri, is that correct the way I have "finis" spelled here?
Anyway, while I wait for the translator to answer my question, I will restate the title in English for those who don't know even a couple of words in French.
It is FINISHED!
And I am, of course, referring to the tablecloth I have been working on and intermittently talking about on my blog too!
And yes, I do have pictures now of the finished product -all for your viewing pleasure!
This -above -is the center portion of the tablecloth. On opposing corners of this there is a male cardinal and along each side, nestled among the branches and berries, is a female cardinal -along with some pinecones, holly berries and leaves and some ribbons too -for added trim!
On each of the outer corners is a female cardinal -more holly, more leave, more ribbons, more pinecones too.
Here's just a little closer view of the male cardinal -in all his glory, ya know!
And here is just a slightly closer view of the corner female cardinal too.
And now -I am enjoying a nice cold brew -to celebrate having finally completed this project!
Now I get to decide on what to embroider next -a tabletopper, pillowcases, a counted cross-stitch Christmas samper (Only if I am in a big hurry to make myself go blind will that one be chosen now) or perhaps a set of trivets to do up for a Christmas present -maybe.
Or I could knit something too but I haven't yet decided on what yarn I want to get to make that cape that I finally found a pattern for it so I think that can be automatically ruled out.
But then, I do have several skeins of Christmas colors of cotton yarn that I could maybe do some relaxing crochet -maybe some hot pads or potholders or even dish cloths -do 'em up as a break in the action and donate them to the ladies of the church's upcoming Fall Bazaar. That might work.
We'll see what tomorrow brings, won't we?