Yikes! I can't believe how quiet I've been around here lately. That little kitten is still keeping us pretty busy. I guess I underestimated how much time can be taken up by playing and cuddling and all those things kittens are good for. She's still really active, so stitching with her around can be a little bit of a mess, but she did decide to settle down with me the other day.
She squeezed herself into that tiny spot between my leg and the next couch cushion and fell completely asleep. Little stinker.
So despite my lack of blogging updates, I have been stitching some, although maybe not at the rate I was before. I finally finished up the Rapunzel block of Once Upon a Time for the Frosted Pumpkin Round Robin. Here's what it looks like finished:
This particular project had a lot of pattern modifications made by the project owner, and some of them are really neat, so here's a complete picture of the whole project as it looked before I packed it up and sent it on:
The sunlight really washed out the colors in this photo. The fabric was a beautiful color, closer to the Rapunzel picture above. But man, was it difficult for me to work with! Between it being linen, which I am slowly getting used to but not used to completely yet, and the dark color, and almost only being able to work on it at night, this block definitely went slower.
While I was finishing up that one, I also got the next project in the round robin, which also happened to be Once Upon a Time. This will be my third and last time working on this particular pattern, since the RR is coming to a close with just a few more rounds. This time I'm working on the Cinderella block. Not much progress so far, just a bit of the elaborate border FP is famous for:
Sadly the terrible night lighting washed out all the beautiful Weeks Dye Works colors, so hopefully I'll get a better picture of this as it goes along so you can see those better.
In other stitching, Sunshine by Satsuma Street is also coming along. Just have the dark and light pink ring around the outside to finish, and then that yellow in the middle that I still need to pick up. I just love how the colors on this one are turning out.
Until next time, happy stitching to you all, and let's hope my next update isn't really far away this time!