Sunday, November 25, 2012

Finished Berlin Sampler

Wow, it's been forever since my last post!! I usually blog by phone, but the recent upgrade on photobucket has made it quite a hassle to get pictures in the correct size/ clickable/ etc by phone. Hopefully I'll work out the glitches soon. I dragged out the laptop for this update. I have been focusing on Sticklounge stitching this past month. I finished my little Berlin Work Sampler. It is such a charming little piece. It is over one on 38 ct Gander Linen. I highly recommend this fabric!! No slubs, nice and even, easy to see... what's not to like??
Berlin Work Sampler Finished, Uploaded from the Photobucket Android App
I have also completed up to part 24 of Flower Power. I think I will add some color to the moon behind her, but am not decided on what to add- pink, gold, blue??
Flower Power-24, Uploaded from the Photobucket Android App
Window has gotten some much needed attention this past week. Mainly frogging of the blue green color. I completed part 7, and I think I will add dark purple (Old Maid of the Vineyard) for the flower. It is not fun to frog over one on 40 ct, but I have done it so much on this piece that it seems natural :)
Window-7, Uploaded from the Photobucket Android App
My Tribute to Ackworth is stitched over 2 on 40 ct Prairie Grass using Moon Called Sea. My three year old picked out the floss for this one- right now green is his favorite color. He calls this one his cross stitch.
Tribute to Ackworth-13, Uploaded from the Photobucket Android App
Many Years Ago part four- I really need to get this little piece done. The deadline is fast approaching!
Many Years Ago-4, Uploaded from the Photobucket Android App
Now I will try to get the sidebar updated and hopefully stay on track a little better.


Nicola said...

Well done on your finish, I wish I could work out how to blog from my iPhone and ipad.

I love all your WIPs.

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Hi Rebecca See you have joined Nicola's Scarlet Letter so have I

Also see you are from TN, I live in Nashville

Thank you for sharing your needlework