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Discussion in 'Hobbies and Collectibles' started by Damfino, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. Damfino

    Damfino Obsession, by Walt Disney

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    This Art of Disney Cross Stitch was the first one I ever bought in 2004 and I finally started it yesterday, I'm expecting it to take 4 months at least to do, but, it's a lot less intensive than the previous two I've done, Cinderella Castle and Tinkerbelle. But, to push myself I'm going to post work in progress photos as I go along. Doing Mickey's head in three threads at the moment which is quite hard going on 14ct aida with pushing the needle through, so I'll post a photo when I've completed it to inspire me to crack on with it, thankfully most of it is in two threads and no metallic thread as in Cinderella Castle.
     
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    Sounds like a lot of patience will be required. Can't wait to watch your progress!

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    Looking forward to seeing it!
     
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    I can't wait to see it!! I made the girls a braclet each in the car, using Mickey buttons as the closure! I will post a pic when everyone wakes up and I can turn a light on to take the pic! A LOT less tedious than you cross stitch! :)
     
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    I love cross stitches. Would never do one myself, but they are one of those things that you can tell a lot of time has went into them. DF and her mother and sister are really into them, and my sister has recently started doing them as well.
     

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