I have a few more framed pieces to share with you that I havent had time to post.
First is Sarah Brown from Milady's Needle:
I chose to stitch both samplers of Vintage Pear with silk threads, choosing similar colors to the originals. I just love the subtle differences and no, I didn't find it tedious stitching both of them. I found them relaxing to stitch on and was a bit sad when they were complete. Don't you just love how delicate they are?
Next up is a classic Goode Huswife piece- The Flowers of Lebanon (OOP):
Last but not least- the piece de resistance:
Stitching my Dutch Beauty in record time on 45ct lakeside Maritime White with overdyed silks I am OVER THE MOON WITH EXCITEMENT. Looking at it, its hard to believe its even mine!!! It is by far the largest sampler I have ever stitched and each and every time I look at it, I find something else I just love. Countless hours were spent on choosing the color placement just perfectly. WOW, what a piece of work!!!!
I finished Peace House from La D Da, which I will share with you later this week. What is next to pick up and work on? I have to get BBD Wild Berries done, I started it with such a bang, but got distracted. HaHa! That is not something new is it?!! Speaking of new, anyone see some must haves for St. Charles market? I love the new BBD and the Plum Street pieces shown so far, I have been soooo excited for Yuletide since she
Looking forward to a great week, and I hope all of you have one as well!! Happy stitching :)