Life is a Journey--Daydreams
Chinese Culture I--Lanarte
Chinese Culture II--Lanarte
LaTrobe Terrace--Juniper Designs
Jade's rainbow rug hooking pillow
Jade's green summer dress
Japanese fabric necklace
Lighthouse rug hooking
Brown rug hooking
Jade's communion stole
hot pink scarf
New Zealand possum scarf
The Fabric Collector #1 The Fabric Collector #2 Santa Xmas Calendar Golden Gate Bridge
Quilts-- China quilt Northern woods flannel quilt Matchbox flannel quilt Star Wars flannel quilt Bright flannel quilt Cross-stitches-- Cottages at Oak Bluffs I
I'm still regrouping myself and trying to get back on track. After my last post I decided to get out the Chinese project and finish it off. All that needed to be done was long stitching the Chinese characters on the matting. That only took an hour or so to do so that project is now officially finished. So I'm posting photos today of the two small projects I've finished.
The two parts of the Chinese project. I may have to cut them apart to position them under the matting. This project comes with matting but nothing else for framing. I'm going to try and get some glass and clips from a glazier to frame it. I'll never find a 7.5" x 7.5" ready-made frame.
Close up of half of the project
And the other half of the project
Life is a Journey finished. Luckily this one comes in a kit with matting and glass so is all ready for me to frame it.
I've now gone back to Verandas. I've undone a couple of the stained thread sections but not all of it as I found it hard to locate the ends. I'm stitching the palmetto tree in front of the house. I'm hoping to get to a craft shop today to get more 762 so I can fix this project and feel happy and motivated about it again.
Today I'm going to finish the machine quilting of my daughter's flannel quilt--the one that's been sitting in the machine for a few weeks. That one hit a snag when I ran out of quilting thread and it took me a few weeks to get to Spotlight to get more.
If you want to see what nicotine staining can do just have a look at the comparison of the stained white DMC on the spool with a new skein of white next to it in the photo below.
My son Jarrah is gradually healing from his oral surgery last Friday. This is a photo taken of him on Saturday with his 'chipmunk cheeks'.