Historic Needlework Guild
Lakeside 40 ct. Vintage Light Exampler
I hope I've learned my lesson now and will not put off stitching the over one sections of a sampler until the very end. Thanks to all of you who left comments encouraging me to get Hannah done. It helped enormously to keep me focused and keep at it until the sampler was completed.
Over one stitching seems to tire my eyes more quickly. I did limit the stitching of Hannah P. to the daytime. In the evenings I put a few more stitches in Hannah Lancaster.
Hannah Lancaster Sampler
The Porcupine Collection
Silkweaver - 40 ct. Days Gone By
Belle Soie silks
While I enjoy stitching on Hannah L. very much, her colors are subdued. During our dreary winter days I feel like stitching on something lighter, brighter and more springlike. Anything to chase those winter blues away. I dug around in the WIP closet and found Elizabeth S.
Elizabeth Savilles 1841
Lakeside 36 ct. Patina
Olde Willow Stitchery Threads
I started Elizabeth in March 2009 and no longer remember why I abandoned her to the WIP closet. Her soft springlike colors are very appealing. I hope to continue working on Elizabeth until I have her completed. Hopefully that will happen before the end of the month. It will be fabulous to have completed the stitching on three WIP samplers in the first two months of 2011.
We've been having bitterly cold temps this week. Emma and Owen have spent a lot of time napping while I've been busy stitching.
Emma enjoys napping under her Corgi sized quilt!
Thank you for stopping by Corgi Cottage and taking the time to leave a comment. I enjoy reading what you have to say and I especially enjoy your encouraging comments to get some of my WIPs completed. I think I may have to reward myself with a new start upon the completion of Elizabeth S. I have something in mind... but you'll have to wait until my next blog post to find out what that is!