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It's never too late to finish a project, even if it takes you two years!
Ok, I would just like to say first off that this took me a whole lot longer than 15 hours to make. I only put 15 because it is my favorite number and because it almost demonstrates how long I spend on this :) In actuality, I put two years into this project, on and off. It maybe more but I can't remember things very well! The process was relatively simple, just a cross stich of sorts but it took FOREVER changing the colors out and tying things off X_X But here we are, so much the wiser and with a beautiful piece of art that I have no use for ;) I got the pattern from a sewing store in Prague and I really wish that they didn't go out of business because I want another one now!
P.S. I don't know what the fabric that is used for cross stitching is called so if someone could please tell me, I'd appreciate it!
P.S.S. I know I spelled stitching wrong, please forgive me -_-'

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Pinocchio · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 30 projects
Aida? What a weird name! The only reason I finished this project is because I felt bad everytime I opened my craft drawer and just saw it laying there Happy
Qweenkaren · Porirua, Wellington, NZ · 14 projects
the fabric is often Aida.

Well done on finishing a long project - most stitchers have UFOs (un-finished-projects) Happy

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