Rainbow Kitty is coming alive. He/she is finally getting a face.
It's come at a cost. My wrist has been rubbed raw.
Under the material the hooks on my frame can inflict some terrible damage before you know it. I've had to cover the spot I'm working on with a thick cotton dishcloth to protect my ouchie.
My nice little bundle of strips is getting mighty slim. I hope I have enough to finish.
Uh oh. I forgot to do the tail. It pays to take it off the frame and look at it from time to time. It helps to know where you're going.
Your Rainbow Kitty is coming along really well. I love his sweet face. Hope you don't get anymore injuries working on him.ReplyDelete
The kitty is precious! LianaReplyDelete
What a sweet little face.ReplyDelete
I love this! It is so fun.ReplyDelete
Ah, finally seeing a face when you're working on something like that is so satisfying! I'm currently working on a Snow White counted cross stitch worked from the bottom up so she is as yet headless - very much looking forward to getting above the shoulders!ReplyDelete
I really like how this is working up--I remember well the pain of all of those 'needles' getting you!ReplyDelete
Ouch! Rainbow Kitty is indeed looking fine.ReplyDelete
No pain no gain, right? Rainbow kitty is looking awesome!ReplyDelete
Love how Rainbow Kitty is turning out! I used to do latch hook and would rub my hand/wrist raw on the canvas, but your stretcher frame looks deadly!ReplyDelete
Rainbow Kitty is just beautiful - even though she is not complete. Love the face.ReplyDelete
Im so sorry about your hand. I love the kitty and the next post of kitty coloring!ReplyDelete