via Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.
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I have an unfinished counted cross-stitch strawberry in my past. It haunts me.
As of today I’m a devoted fan to your blog. I’m stunned, all I ever wanted to see in just one place.
These are really amazing and beautiful . . . something a little sad too that they’re unfinished — but makes it so much better.
Thank you for the sweet comments. Yes, these are so fragile and beautiful. Perhaps undone needleworks are better than finished?
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