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Corona de Nadal. Attic 24

Corona de Nadal. Attic 24
Woooooooooooohoooooooooooooo I am SOosososososososooooooo excited to be sharing this project with you today, I have been leaping about with happiness all morning at the sight of my finished wreath hanging on the door. I finished it last night at 10pm after a marathon of hard core, fiddly stitching. The stitching on of 100+ little bits was a real mare and it was a good job I was so obsessed with getting it done or else I might have given up. But hey, it's done now, and if I say so myself it is rather fabulous. I was trying to remember when I started this project? Two weeks ago? I did much of my wreath making in the evenings once the Little People were in bed. This is how the cover looked when I had finished it. I couldn't resist having a little play at this point, I was already quite giddy about it and couldn't wait to get going with the decorative bit. This is the back of the wreath after I had finished sewing it up. This is how it looked when the cover was all finished. Can I show you?

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