My tiny needle mojo has been failing me lately but you can see that I did get another partial sheep and a rose bush on my lawn this week.
Where my little needles have been working the most is on the back of the HUGE Mosaic Sampler thingy. There are about a zillion ends to weave in. More than a few days worth for sure. It's taken me several sittings and I am still not done.
It was so good to finish that last section, cast it off and remove all those long cables that were on all four sides. I'll do a proper mug shot when I've tamed those ends. It's like a big fringy monster right now and it's so dusty it's making me sneeze.
The mosaic blanket is so cool. Your tiny needle cross stitch is going so much faster than mine is. I have the sheep virtues sitting right next to my chair but other things with deadlines keep taking precedence. I want to finish the sheep though and frame them and hang them in the bedroom here in the trailer if we have room. They'll go with us wherever we decide to make our home someday.ReplyDelete
That mosaic blanket is amazing! I can't wait to see the full thing. Your cross stitch is coming along nicely too. Solid stitching like that takes so much time!!ReplyDelete
You will have that blanket done in no time!ReplyDelete
I can't wait to see the blanket reveal--congrats on the finish! I've been tempted to try a mosaic yoke down sweater...am I crazy?ReplyDelete
All your “closet” knitting has paid off. You’ll have all the loose ends woven in before you know it.ReplyDelete
The Mosaic Sampler is really lovely! I know it must have been satisfying to remove those cables!!ReplyDelete
My tiny needle work has been sitting, untouched, on chair next to my work area. Not its fault - totally mine. Once I can get myself to thread the needle and remember the good feeling those little x stitches give me it'll be ok.
Oh that Mosaic is amazing already! Deb you tackle some big big projects. Im always impressedReplyDelete