Nov 24, 2014

Weekend Progress

Thursday and Friday I worked on my HAED Hold on to Hope piece. This picture is after 57 days of working on her. I just love her so much. I finished a column and started the next one. Saturday I picked up a piece I hadn't worked on since March and got a few more strands added. Here is where I got on it...
You can find the finished piece here All I need is love...and a dog by Rovaris. I'm using 154 for it. I've really been itching to start a new piece. Seaside Stitches by Jeannette Douglas Designs. I got the threads all sorted out finally. I ordered the thread embellishment package for it. It calls for so many gorgeous threads I've never used before. A lot of silks. I can't wait! Fred is making me working copies today. I think I will start it on Thanksgiving as a holiday gift to myself if I can wait that long haha. What do you think?

9 comments:

  1. Hope looks gorgeous! I love your new planned start and think it's a great idea to have a new Thanksgiving start.

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  2. Go for it! Hope is looking great!

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  3. Hope is really pretty--no wonder you love stitching on it! And the Rovaris piece is going to be really cute--is it for someone specifically? I don't think you will wait IF your supplies come for the JD piece! Ha!

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  4. Wonderful progress Katie.

    Linda

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  5. Hope is looking beautiful!! And the new start is very cute :)

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  6. Hi Katie

    Hope is looking beautiful and I love your new start x

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  7. Hope just look FABULOUS, I so love the fabric your stitching on too :)

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  8. I like Hope very much especially her little pouting lips! Good luck with your new start and obtaining all the scrummy threads you need for it. It looks like it's going to be a fun chart to stitch (aren't they all?) :)
    By the way, thank-you for the no-reply blogger link. I've looked into changing my profile so that I am no longer a no-reply blogger but it means logging out of Google+ which in turn means I might lose some blogger data. I need to look into it further before I take that risk. Sorry.

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