Monday, August 13, 2007

Slowly, slowly...

Yet another SAL... Tomboy this time for the HAED SAL challenge.


I did more sky again but I only spent one day on her as I've realised I have quite a few things to get done this month still! One day I'll get more time as I do really enjoy stitching her and even the sky is fun to do - seeing the shading come together.

I finished the first of those obligation pieces too. This is Becky's Quaker RR - a lovely combination of DMC 115 and Vintage Mocha linen. I did the motifs to the bottom right.


Lastly, a little new stash to show you. Their Song with fabric and thread. I'm longing to start this but need to get some exchanges, RRs and gifts done first. I'm working on my Harvest House exchange piece now and loving how it's coming out!

11 comments:

  1. The stitching is all looking lovely. And the Blackbirds chart is charming.

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  2. Becky's RR looks wonderful! I'm going to start my section on Katrina's today - I'm cutting it a bit fine this time ;)

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  3. Everything looks wonderful.

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  4. Becky's RR is looking gorgeous! Their song is a beautiful design, I can't wait to see your progress :)

    (((hugs)))

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  5. Wow! I love all your wips! They are beautiful! The RR looks beautiful too! I love the colors she chose! :)

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  6. Love your Tomboy WIP and the Quaker RR.

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  7. Everything looks great! Someday, I look forward to unlimited stitching time... LOL

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  8. Tomboy is stunning, i love seeing update pics of her,
    wonderful work my dear..
    and how stunning is that RR the red is perfect for that fab love the motif you chose!, the owner must be thrilled with how it is turning out

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  9. Boht Tomboy and the RR are coming along beautifully Nicki:)

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  10. All of your wips are looking great.

    Joanne

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  11. Tomboy is look great as does the RR for Becky and love the new stash, you sound so busy with your stitching !!

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