Saturday, November 11, 2006

Pompeii Garden part 1

Thanks for all your comments on my Quaker - it's stitched on 40ct Pearled Barley from Lakeside Linens using Dinky Dyes Midnight and Silk n Colors Wintered Grass. I'd forgotten how yummy Dinky Dyes silks are!

And here's Pompeii part 1 all finished! I even added the crystals. I don't usually do that until the end but those gaps were bugging me. I'm onto part 2 now - it's relatively quick, I may get two of the four corners done this weekend! (Stitched on 32ct Pipi from Countrystitch)



20 comments:

  1. It looks beautiful so far. I love the colors :)

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  2. Nikki what are you trying to do to me. I have so far been resisting this, but that picture is very nearly tipping me over the edge.:-)

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  3. Anonymous11:41 am

    I am so with Michelle! The computer generated images of this one did not entice me, but you progress sure is:) It looks fantastic!

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  4. Oh, it is gorgeous! :D

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  5. Love the colours of this one! I'm not really a blue person, but those aqua colours work really well together.

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  6. Anonymous12:42 pm

    This is just beautiful - love those colours.

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  7. Pompeii Garden is gorgeous! The colours are amazing.

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  8. So pretty!! If I keep looking at this one, I'm going to end up adding it to my stash!

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  9. So beautiful, Nicki.

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  10. That is so beautiful, Nicki. A friend of Sylvie's and mine, Doris, started PG too. You might enjoy encouraging each other!
    Have a lovely weekend! (((hugs)))

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  11. Wow, Pompeii is so pretty. Love the close up pic, it really shows the colors and how nice your stitching is.

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  12. Very pretty, I love the colours :)

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  13. What pretty colors in this!

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  14. Oh man, my heart skips a beat every time I see an updated piccie of this ... those colours are totally exquisite - it's worth buying the chart just for this central portion - it's exquisite! :D

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  15. Gorgeous!

    Maybe if I finish JG, I'll get this one!

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  16. oh my gosh Nicki, Pompeii is beautiful! I've seen many Chatelaine designs that I've loved, but that is something else!

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  17. It's looking gorgeous Nicki, I'm looking forward to watching it grow.

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  18. That is very pretty!

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  19. You have done an amazing job Nicki. It is breathtaking, I can't wait to watch it progress. Your stitching looks so perfect too!

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