These two pages started out as a dream, and ended up becoming a nightmare. When I started them I thought I'd be
finished with them in 7-8 days, since there are nice big single-color
patches in them... and I could've done it had I not miscounted right at
the beginning of the first light pink, having to frog almost 500
stitches. It threw back my progress with at least 3-4 days, and let's
not even talk about my mood. Whatever, with these 2 pages I've finished
the first full column, so I've reached the bottom edge of the wip :))))
I thought I was never gonna finish this page in this life, the confetti
on this page was a disaster! But fortunately there'll be nice big clouds
on the next page, perhaps I can finish that one in a week again
(instead of 13 days like this time!) :D
Since I just can't seem to stop with Gaudí after a week if I only have a
little left from the page, I've decided to officially modify my
rotation and do a whole page each round, however long it takes! :D Of
course one reason I've decided to do this is because with my current
speed I won't be finished until the middle of 2017, and I really want to
finish it by the end of next year! :D Anyway, I can say that this has been one of my favorite pages so far,
even with all the confetti. I didn't check what was coming on this page
before starting it, and while I was working on the yellow part, I had no
idea how beautiful the window was going to be, especially with the
rainbow! :))) After each finished color I stopped for a little bit and
marveled at the sight :DDD
(PS: Where did everyone disappear? I miss all your updates :( )
Making progress on this - I have one 10 x 10 square completely finished up at the top of this. The color is White so you can just barely see the finished square. I am slowly making progress on this. As long as I can take my time in stitching this than I won't get burned out.
As you can see I am making little progress on this - the very top section of this is nothing but Confetti Heaven so I am doing tons of Confetti Stitching. That is what makes the very top of this very unique in its own way. I am on Page 4/36 Pages.
Page 11 of 36 now complete. Being stitched on 28ct evenweave. Started this page 7/9/15 & finished it 7/15/15, a total of 7 stitching days.
Every time I pick this one up it's just puts a smile on my face. Right now just working on the background, but still love, love love it!!!!! Until I came across HAED never though about rotating my work. So thrilled when she is next in line.
Daisy Offerings - Heaven And Earth Designs - Sandra Kuck
I am stitching this on 18 Count White Charles Craft Material using 2 Strands Full Cross Stitch. I am on Page 4/36 Pages so far.
I decided to pull this one out again and start working on it so I can have my very first HAED finish hopefully sometime this year. I would love to see this one finish. I stitch on this in the evenings while I am watching TV. I love stitching on this. I am just stitching the background right now and will continue to do so for a while yet.
I will be posting my progress picture of this every Monday.
Long time since my last update. I am now working on pages 31-36. Because of all the black just felt it was the best way to do. Finished the equivalent of 1 page (80+ blocks). So thrilled to see I am almost finished with this. He is so powerful looking & hubby really wants this up on the wall. Being stitched on 25ct Dublin, the color of the fabric is haunted.
My name is Kinga and I'm from Poland. I love all patterns that HAED offer. But in march 2014 I was delighted when I saw "Little girls" by Sandra Kuck. Pattern that I have is composed of 72 pages and I reached to the end of 27.
So I've finished two pages at once. Of course the second one was a
partial page, since I've finally reached the end of the first row! :))))
Of course I've cheated a bit since I added an extra day to the week,
but I couldn't just stop when I only had a couple hundred stitches left!
So before I continue with my Shore
Line Village, I thought I would get started on a project that I have
been wanting to get a move on for a very long time! It is the
Birthstone collection by Rachel Anderson. It is the QS versions of all
12. I have started with January - Garnet.
I started on 22Count and tried 1 over 1 and was not really happy with the coverage,
So I decided to start over and stitch it 2 over 1 on the 22 Count, and was much happier with the coverage,
So that is where I have left it and now I am off to pick up Shore Line Village!
So here we have Sessler's Healers Touch. Stitched on 25 count Lugana, 3x1 tent stitch. I started this back in July and forgot to post pictures to the Blog. Oops. I promise to be more consistent. This is my first ever attempt at tent stitch and I love the speed of it. So fun to see real progress in a realistic time frame as I am a slow stitcher. I love how this one is coming together. The colours and the back blend so seamlessly. I was a bit nervous though as everything seems a bit dark, but I'v learned along the way to trust the chart and keep going, it will all work out together once you get a bit further.