Monday, August 27, 2007

SOME PROGRESS!!



I hope you all had a nice weekend!

Saturday I was able to do some work on the Castle and I also worked on it Sunday afternoon.


Then last night I worked on the M designs Christmas Tree.
It seems to be going quite well on 20ct. I do like the red fabric. I got it when I bought the chart at
Knowledge and Needles.

She is offering the fabric with it.





Our Thursday stitching group is doing a SAL.
Tea pots from the Gold Magazine.
There is a blue one and a yellow one. I'm doing the yellow.
I do love sunflowers.

Stitch with happy fingers !!!

13 comments:

barb said...

Actually can see more of the green hue in this photo of the tree. Guess I should start my teapot -I finally got my fabric cut to size .

Teejay said...

Your works are looking just great and I can't wait to see a pic of the teapot.

Itching To Stitch said...

Your Castle is just stunning ;)

Wendy said...

Lovely progress on your WIP's, Beatrice!

Little Grey Cat said...

Lovely progress on all three Beatrice.

I agree with you about the red fabric. Not a colour I would have thought of choosing before seeing someone elses. It looks great and very sparkly.

jane said...

You have gotten a lot done on the Christmas tree! Makes me want to start mine, but I am making myself finish a couple of things before I let myself start!

Lynn said...

Your WIP look great! I really love the Castle.

Kathy A. said...

Your Christmas tree is beautiful. Nice progress on the castle. Sunflower is sweet too - ah the teapot!

Kathy A. said...

Christmas is looking great! Love that red fabric.

Judie said...

Your teapot is coming along nicely I have started mine and did quite a bit of stitching on it on Saturday. I am really enjoying the evenweave and found it hard not to stitch on another day.

tkdchick said...

Beatrice all your projects look great!

Julie said...

Great progress! I really like the red fabric for the Christmas tree. I never thought to use red, but it really pops out on that color. Can't wait to see more!

Aussie Stitcher said...

The Castle is looking awesome.