Three. That's how many sheep samplers I have going. How did that happen?
The newest one will be the Sheep Virtues. You have to buy each little sampler separately and then put them all together.
Like this. I've got the middle four to get started.
They were going to be a part of a larger piece that had this project in its center but I got tired of working with such a big piece of fabric and decided to let the little guys go their own way.
Finally I've got this fairly simple one going that I have to say, I am enjoying working on the most. This time of year, when it's so hot and muggy that grouchy is the only gear I have, simple is best. Baaaaa....
Oh so many sheepy projects and each one more adorable than the last!!!! Have fun!ReplyDelete
I have no words because I am totally smitten with all of these sheep. I'm ear to ear smiles.ReplyDelete
I blame Flosstube for all my starts and... finishes. This year I have a record number of finishes!ReplyDelete
Who can resist sheep? Certainly not me. I love those kits and wish I could cross stitch but I simply can't do it. Plus I can't add another obsession to my already limited time. Good luck.ReplyDelete
Love all your sheep - a wonderful flock!ReplyDelete
Someone saw me knitting in a waiting room the other day. She went on to tell me she's working on a sampler. I told her i LOVE them. She's making it for a baby.ReplyDelete
So cute! I love all your sheepy needlework. Maybe when I retire I'll find time to do some cross-stitch.ReplyDelete
I actually laughed out loud when I read your closing "Baaa"!! And I really needed that laugh! As usual, thanks so much for your posts -ReplyDelete
Those are so cute!!ReplyDelete
Now this is a very clever idea for the cross stitch! I think it will be a great way to display them separately, too. Nice work!ReplyDelete