Friday, 27 February 2009,00:15
Blessings and Kind Wishes
My progress so far - I finished the ivy and part of the other crane.
Labels: Blessings and Kind Wishes, Lisa B
Thursday, 26 February 2009,19:34
Blackbird SAL: Rites of Spring February progress
I've chosen Rites of Spring
for this SAL.
I've decided to change some colours.
That's my last progress:
Labels: Blackbird Designs, Quaker Blackbird SAL, Veronica, WIP
Wednesday, 25 February 2009,01:57
Progress on the Dutch Alphabet
Here is the progress on my Dutch Alphabet by Sheepish Designs. I'm enjoying the design and actually finished another letter today!!! I plan to frame this in a primitive black frame and put in my Dutch kitchen.
Labels: Dutch Sampler, Jennifer
Progress on the Quaker Ruler Pocket
Despite the shoulder still being sore I have managed more progress on the Quaker Ruler Pocket and thought you might all want a look at a photo. I am really enjoying this.
Labels: Quaker Ruler Pocket
Sunday, 15 February 2009,23:37
Progress report on Miladys Little Ruler Quaker Pocket
At last I am back to some stitching and here is a progress report on this. I love the colours and the combination but somehow the navy doesn't cover as well as the other threads. I doing one DMC floss thread over two on 40 count linen.
A finish and a new start
The first it my finish of Beatrix Potter on Lakeside Linens Vintage Exemplar and The Thread Gatherers Nan's Mulberry. The Second is my beginning of Hannah Beeby on antique white with Charcoal Gloriana.
Quaker Nashville 2009
Tuesday, 10 February 2009,04:29
My Dutch Alphabet sampler
This is my project to get done before I can really start the American Star. It is called the Dutch Alphabet by Sheepish Designs. I thought I would post to let you know an update. It is done on 32 count linen, with Charcoal--Weeks Dye floss. I think it is actually a retired pattern now.
Labels: Dutch Sampler
Friday, 6 February 2009,17:47
Quaker Christmas update
Since I had already promised myself that I wouldn't have any new starts, I'm 'SALing in Spirit' with you--stitching on my Quaker Christmas chart.
Here's my progress so far. I've gotten most of page 2 stitched, so I'm only behind a little over 4 pages--of course, today page 7 will be released so I've not made up much ground! But I think a few more weeks of concentrating on this piece should allow me to catch up.
Stickideen von der Wiehenburg
18 count Aida with Hand-Dyed Fibers silk floss of my choosing