Tuesday, June 30, 2009


Okei OPAM girls.
Ready to give your june OPAM report.
Remember to list your finishes in your sidebar,
because tomorrow when I'm back home from work
I will start checking your blogs and lists.
And thursday I will tell you who's June OPAM winner.
Oh...that reminds me to find a prize for the winner.

June has not been a productive month regarding to finishes. I have done a lot of sewing, but not finishes. I'm very clever at starting projects LOL who's not????

But today when I realiced it was the last day in June, I went into my sewingroom to see if there was something I could finish in a hurry. Because I wanted a finish for June. And this what I found. A little stitchery which my friend Bjørg designed and gave me as a christmas gift. I just had to wash it and iron it............

and put it into a frame. It took less than half an hour to finish it.

Saying for today:
Let's go on a starvation diet...
No chocolate for 24 hours!


Lizzan said...

Vilken fin tavla du fick färdig i sista ögonblicket! Även jag stresssydde färdigt ett litetprojekt så jag åtminstone fick ett färdigt i juni. En necessär blev det!
Kram Lizzan

Dolores said...

A quickie finish. That's what you get for starting new things - there is always something close to being finished. Nice stitchery.

Joy said...

Only 1 finish for me for June May Britt .... but one is better than NONE :o)!!!!!
Love your stitchery, soooo cute :o).
Joy :o)

Merete said...

Flott stitcheri, utrolig hvor fort det går og fullføre bare en bestemmer seg for det:-)

Laura said...

molto bello.




Cute finish--wished I could finish something that quickly--actually I just happened to remember that I have a counted cross stitch sampler all done -- except for the framing??? As for the "diet" you would not want to be around me at the end of those 24 hours--dark chocolate is the only sweets I eat and I have to have my daily intake of that or????? Hugs, just, Di

Kim Brackett said...

Wow! That is a quick finish. Cute stitchery, too!

Ruth said...

I had to laugh at your remark about how good you are at starting projects! My DH laughed too because he has seen me do the same thing! I have my finishes posted on my blog for you. But I do have to say that you have some beautiful projects going on.

Laurie said...

You are so right, June was a slow month for me too. I finished a project that was only 1 year old instead of 10 or 15. :)
I'm going to go post it on my sidebar now.

Teaquilts said...

Here is my list for June from my blog - finished 9 items.

June 2009
Missouri Botanical Gardens
Exploding Star
Teaquilts Banner
She Love Me She Loves Me Knot Purse 2
Christmas Charm Tote
Scrappy Ocean Waves
Totes for Charity (made 3)

Lara said...

Прелесть!!!очень мило!

Jantine said...

Wow, that is a lovely stitcherie! I really like this picture a lot. Tell Bjorg her design is great!

Liz said...

I'm so glad I'm not the only one who does things at the last minute! Lovely little stitchery and nice idea to frame it.

Sandy in Buenos Aires said...

This stitchery is so lovely! Really cute!
I've had finishes in June but couldn't enter the OPAM challenge, I was so ashamed not to have finishes in January and February that never signed up for the OPAM! Snif Snif ! Next year for sure!
By the way, I LOVE chocolate and can't live without it, but I'll try that diet...for 2 hours!!! LOL

Cathy said...

Clever you!! Looks very cute and quick too!! Cathy

Karen said...

That is cutting it right down to the wire on a finish! But you got something done.

Chookyblue...... said...

your stitchery looks good framed........I failed for June and finished no WIP's

Anonymous said...

Hi May, I have four finishes for June.....Regards Lyn

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

What a lovely way to end a month...a beautiful stitchery May Britt.

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