Tuesday, November 9, 2010

3 more sleeps!

I'm really looking forward to our annual stitching retreat at the Timberhouse Inn.
It's always a wonderful weekend of sharing, eating, stitching and enabling .

China Blue..Landmark designs
I will be taking this finish for show and tell.
Stitched on Butter Cashel linen and DMC threads.

This is a piece I've been working on.


Nantucket Sampler
I hope to get this done over the weekend..Just the bottom and backstitching left to do..it depends on how many distractions I have!
We'll be taking lots of pictures on the weekend and will post them next week!
Stitch with happy fingers.

7 comments:

Bonnie Brown said...

Can't wait to see you!!!

jayne@~an eye for threads~ said...

oh how I wish I only had 3 sleeps till retreat... Beatrice your China Blue is absolutely gorgeous!Wow I am in awe. Have a great weekend and stitch till you can't sit anymore.
Be always in stitches.

Annemarie said...

Beatrice, I'm sure there will be lots of oohing and aahing over your China Blue piece, it's that stunning!
Your Nantucket Sampler is a thing of beauty as well. Good luck with the final stitches!

vEr0n!c@ said...

Oh China Blue is stunning! Your Nantucket Sampler's coming along nicely too. Have fun on your stitching retreat :)

Crazee4books said...

Hi Beatrice,

Nice choice to take to retreat
for show and tell. But you've
stitched so many beautiful
things this year taking just
one would be a shame. I would
love to see CdC as well, even
if it isn't framed yet.

Wish I could join all of you
this weekend 'cause it sounds
like it'll be lots of fun.
Do you think you'll get much
stitching done though??

I'll be looking forward to
seeing all the photos and
reading all the stories that
everyone will have to share.

Have fun!!

Cheers!

Lynn said...

China Blue looks awesome!!! I've love watching you work on this one and I'll miss it.
Hope you have fun at the retreat. I'll be stitching along with you at home. Say hi to the gang!

Bette said...

Have a great time at your retreat! China Blue is gorgeous! I love how you had it framed.