"She seeketh wool and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands." ((Proverbs 31:13)

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

A Little Stitching Progress...

If your days are anything like mine, at the end of the day, you probably ask yourself, "where on earth did this day go?"  Every day I imagine myself having some nice quiet time to peacefully stitch on my latest project, but somehow other things seem to take over, and before I know it, it is time to make supper and my husband is home!
Last night, I did manage a few hours, albeit late, to make some progress on my latest stitching piece, called "Deepest Love" by Turquoise Graphics & Designs.  I chose some Vikki Clayton-Dyer Hand-Dyed Silks (only three overdyed silks needed), for this project.  I'm not sure what I think of the way this piece is turning out, but will see when it is finished.  Hmmm.  Here is a sneek peek at progress so far.
On another note, I want to be sure to tell all of my readers about the very special 300th Follower Giveaway for Cranberry Samplings.  Deborah has a very special giveaway of fantastic needlework stash for a very lucky recipient!  Maybe it could be you!  I would love to win too!  Check out her blog on my sidebar, for more details.

Our little poodle, Meggie just came up to me with her "blankie" stuck on her back.  She was sleeping in her bed, and I think she is trying to tell me that she needs to go out for a walk...hint, hint, Mum!
Those sweet brown eyes look so sad, as if to say, "are you going to take the hint, Mum?"  Well, all for now!  Must take Meggie for her walk!

Crossing in Stitches & Friendship With You!


  1. Love that chart!! Are you interested in a chart swap when you are finished?? Possibly Sue Hillis Sugar and Spice baby sampler??

  2. Deepest Love looks wonderful so far! Aww your dog is very cute :)

  3. Deepest Love is beautiful.

    Awww I love Meggie! She is so cute :)

  4. Ooh, I love Deepest Love and those scrumptious colors! I'm late commenting on your LHN finish, but it too is lovely. There is so much to stitch and so little time!



Consider the Lilies of the Field

Consider the Lilies of the Field
"So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the Lilies of the Field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you, that even Solomon in all his glory, was not arrayed like one of these." Matt: 6: 28-29)