Well, I'm planning on doing some stitching this weekend. How about you? I have about 5 projects that need to be completed and sent off by the end of the month. Hmmm, I think I'm totally insane for signing up for so many things. In fact, the other day my Mom saw me stitching, asked what I was working on, and when I told her, her response was "don't you ever stitch anything for yourself". Guess I haven't much lately. I will have to remedy that. But in the meantime, I have deadlines to follow!
So I've got a bit more progress to show you on said projects. I finished up the stitching on the N from Lucie Heaton's Buzzy Bees alphatbet for my intital exchange:
I actually kind of like it with the backstitching. Actually, I've finished all the backstiching too, but I will be saving that finish photograph for the smalls check in at the end of the month. I'm devious, I know. But for once I'd like to show frequent readers some new photographs for my SAL check-ins.
Anyway, I like it both this way and finished with all the detail, although I think if I stitch it again I might just backstitch the flower and bee and leave the letter un-outlined. I plan to finish this up into a bookmark and get it sent off this weekend.
Which brings me to the start of my newest project. This is the Baby Tinkerbell pattern featured on my Turtle Trot list (Project 9).
Just a bit of green so far. This is strip of darker green on her dress caused by the shadow of her arm. This design has a TON of fractionals like the Friends for Life pattern did, and this particular aida is super stiff, so this one will present me with a bit of a challenge. Hopefully I will get much further as the weekend progresses.