Well, look at that. I managed to get some stitching done this week. It's not much but I did get two baby geese filled in yesterday afternoon. There's one more to go.
I switched out my winter project for this one. I didn't actually put a single stitch on it because........
..I decided to give this one a few minutes instead. I added a small snowflake thing to see if I could still work on a Christmas Quaker in the summer. It was close to 80 yesterday and ridiculously windy. Winter or summer I think I can still work on this one from time to time so it will stay in rotation-for now.
And......I had made one of these handy little needle books for this project a while back and it was the first time getting it out and using it. One of you gifted me some and I love them. Now I want one for every project. Coordinated, of course.
Oh I like that needlebook (I just keep my needle in the fabric (usually outer edges, but not always). Your stitching is so pretty and I'm enjoying all of your projects.ReplyDelete
Love the idea of a coordinating needle book to match the project! All your stitching is gorgeous, I love them all.ReplyDelete
The goslings are adorable. The needle book is clever and so useful.ReplyDelete
Pretty stitching! I have deeply fallen in love with Quakers.ReplyDelete
I think all of those projects are beautiful and that needle book is a great idea. I finally got myself a needlekeeper a few weeks ago and I really like it.ReplyDelete
I love that Quaker Christmas!ReplyDelete
I am amazed that you can jump between so many cross stitch projects. I find them quite difficult to move around in.ReplyDelete
Ooh! I LOVE the needle booklet! Love the cross stitches too. That last one specially. Looks like a star to me rather than a snowflake. Easily a summer project! :)ReplyDelete