A Whole Lotta Stitchin’ Going On

Hello, all!
A lot of stitching going on; so quick update!

New starts:

  • “All Creatures Great and Small” by Barbara Ana Designs
  • “Elizabeth McGuire, 1763” (Dear Diary #3) by Little House Needleworks

WIPs:

  • “Seven Swans a Swimming” by Nora Corbett
  • “Trick or Treat (Halloween) Fairy” by Nora Corbett

So many threads everywhere! I hope everyone is finding time for themselves and stitching. Happy Stitching!

Finished: Mary Heaton, 1878

Good morning, stitchers!
Early this morning I finished Mary:


Stitched on 28 ct Legacy (Cashel) by Picture this Plus. 

I added a pop of color with her blouse and the bird with DMC 927 (which is part of the whole series’ color palette). 

I also backstitched the bird’s beak instead of a full cross stitch as it was patterned. 

I’m so happy with how it turned out. So on to Number 3 in the series!

Happy stitching!

Weekend Bliss Planning

Hello all, and happy Friday!

I’ve finally made some progress on “Mary.” The colors are perfect for Fall.

I also have a new start. When I didn’t have the desire to stitch on the Dear Diary project, I brought out Summer House Stitche Workes’ “Sophia.” Anyone that knows me knows that I LOVE owls. I have so many owl decorations in my house already, but when I saw this, I needed to stitch it. I paired it with lovely sparkly fabric, too. I frogged so much on this one oak leaf that I went back to stitching on Mary the next day. Sometimes you just NEED a new start.
I’m ready for a well deserved relaxing weekend with tons of stitching and Bilbo/Belle cuddling. I also have a bunch of new stash coming in today and tomorrow (from some serious shopping therapy), so I’m looking forward to unwrapping my new cross stitch goodies. I hope your weekend is as bright and happy too! ¬†Happy stitching!

Finished: Abigail Winslow, 1780

After a marathon stitching session, I’ve finished Little House Needleworks’ Dear Diary #1: Abigail Winslow, 1780.

Joy and motivating are the only words I can come up with to describe stitching this. I used all the called for DMC threads, and I used 28 ct Lambswool linen. 

Well it’s time to clean up this project and set up for the second: Mary Heaton, 1878.

Stay safe in this weather, and happy stitching!

Cross Stitching is a Sport

Here’s my ending weekend progress! I stitched so much, but now I’m paying for it with a migraine that has lasted since late night. Taking a break tonight. Fingers crossed I’ll be on the mend and back to work on Ms. Abigail soon!