|Close-up of the frame|
Love this moulding!!
Well, I don't know why IH&SWeekend never seems to go like I plan but this one was certainly true to form. At the time I signed up, I didn't have a thing on my calendar but by the time it rolled around I was up to my eyeballs in other things I needed to do. I didn't get to stitch as much as I would have liked but that seems to be a recurring theme so I won't dwell on it.
I managed to get that last line of verse in on Ann Bowers. Yeah!!!!! This is the last 4 lines of this section and I think you can read it pretty well. I was a little worried about the method I was using to stitch it but if you're not looking at it with a magnifier, I think it's okay.
So, this is where I am now and the end is in sight! I do have 2 more rows of over one verse to stitch but after what I just finished, it should be a piece of cake!! And after the over one, that 45 ct over 2 is looking like burlap!! Not really but it is a lot easier to work on than I remember.
So, for the IH&SW report, I stitched the last row of over one verse above and I started one of those fall pieces that had been calling my name. Not much to look at yet but I promise, you're going to love it next time. I confess to taking liberties with the colors, again!!
|Butternut Tavern Sampler Pinkeep|
by Stacy Nash
40 ct Lakeside Maritime white