Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Untold Story

Didn't get as much done this weekend as I hoped but I did enjoy my sister Janet's visit.

Here is where I ended on 8/6/09
TUTS 8.06.09

and here is where I ended last night.
TUTS 9/15/09

Only got about 1600 stitches done but hey you reach the end one stitch at a time.

Next weekend is my Stitch and Bitch with Jan and Sharleina. Jan and I will be doing some shopping while Sharleina is at class Saturday morning but then we will be stitching. I am going to be working on my Mary Wigham sampler.

Happy stitching everyone.

10 comments:

Cindy said...

Looks like you have some major projects in process and are making great progress :)

Wanda said...

Wow! This is great! It's so mysterious and REAL!

Kathy said...

Oh my all your stitching is gorgeous.

I soo wish I could get my head around HAEDs lol, am struggling with them. Thanks for your comment on my blog hun.

Have added you to my fav links.

Hugs xxxxx

Marie said...

Hello !!

My name is Marie and I'm a member of the HAED SAL Blog. You left a comment on a recent post, writing that you are on the waiting list, so I was curious to meet you !! And now I'm here and....wow !!! Your work is amazing !! Youchoose a wonderful piece, and the result of your work is gorgeous !! Please, keep your motivation, and keep up your work because it really looks beautiful, and it cheers me up too !
I hope that you will be a member of the blog very very soon, I would be so glad to welcome you !

I wish you a nice week end, and a happy stitching of course !!

Marie.

ivoryspring said...

WOW - that's quite a bit progress!! Very nice! I like the rich colors.

Jade said...

"Only" 1600 stitches? That is great progress on such a difficult piece! Your stitching is beautiful.

CindyMae said...

Wonderful progress!!! So glad you enjoyed time with your sister!!

Sabine S. said...

All of your WIPs are fabulous! I can't believe you have so many large projects going AND that you're making so much progress on each! I'll be checking back weekly to follow your progress until we get you on the HAED SAL blog.
Sabine

Becky K in OK said...

Hi, thanks for stoppin by my blog. I've added your's to my Google Reader. It's nice to find someone close to my age!! I don't stitch the BAPS but I like to see the progress on them.

Nancy M said...

1600 is a ton!!! You need lots more to finish a BAP like a HEAD, but hey, it's 1600 you don't have to do!