Hello dear friends!
I haven't been posting for a while but it doesn’t mean that there is nothing stitching going on! I am still stitching a little bit of this and that. As I haven’t got much free time lastly (lot's of extra hours at work) my improvement is not very big but I am doing my best.
Good news is that I managed to finish February stamp for Smalls SAL. On time this time! Actually I finished it at the beginning of the month and it was waiting patiently for the check-up date.
|February stamp by Lizzie Kate.|
I am trying to slowly stitch the patterns I planned in January. By now I have even completed one of the patterns I’ve chosen.
This is one of the sea themed patterns “Home”. I’ve done it yesterday but there is still some finishing missing. I must think about framing it as well.
Another one is on the way. I started it yesterday just after I made the last stitch on the previous one. Still in sea mood.
|"Home" still WIP|
There is also some improvement in my art nouveau. There is still no lady on it but the frame is finished and the blue circle is going on quite nicely. There is still a plenty to do but this pattern is going nice and without any mistakes so far.
|"Art nouveau lady" WIP|
And there is one more pattern on which I made some improvement. My owl is growing slowly. It is all black by now but after I stitch the black edges I will fill it with many bright colors. I can’t wait to start this part.
I’ve read many opinions about stitching with black and colors. How do you think which way is better: to start with black first and then add colors or start with colors and then go to black edges?
My other projects are still abandon by now. I know I can’t work on too many at once but I still feel remorse that I haven’t completed Harry Potter crest or lost bouquet yet. I just can’t pick those patterns so they are lying and waiting for their time. I can feel how they are calling me to pick them up but I just can’t organize myself. In Potter crest there are only two colors missing!
I hope to write another post sooner and with more finished pieces that this time. Congratulations for those who are posting more often and who are able to do a lot more wonderful finishing. I am reading your blogs and admire your work.
Have a nice stitching everybody!