Jo at Serendipitous Stitching hosts the Gifted Gorgeousness (GG) SAL on the 15th of each month. Anything stitched to be gifted, or stitched using gifted supplies, qualifies for inclusion on the GG report.
I finished up all the stitched designs I had in my work basket - 12 in all. Here's a group pic.
There are four bead decorated Christmas trees. I love making these, and really try to make each one different. Usually I give these to Christmas visitors as take home gifts. This year many will be mailed out in Christmas cards. COVID is not my friend!
And there are four more tiny Christmas stocking ornaments. The Santa design is adapted from Kooler's Littlest Stocking.
This Baby's First Christmas is the second of four I am making this year. The teddy was a DMC on-line freebie many years ago, but it's no longer on their website.
This Santa is for a niece. I made a few changes (floss colours, facial features) to a Graphique Greetings Folk Art Santa chart designed by Robin Rowe that I was given as a Christmas card on 1989.
This Angel is for another niece. I made a few changes (changed floss colours, omitted halos on angel and candle, swapped beads for some cross stitches in wings and dress ribbon, and changed the skirt shape at the bottom) to Cathy Livingstone's Miniature Angel Bellpull design.
This one is for my youngest sister (mother of the two nieces). This one is my own design.