Weird title, huh? Well, I have sort of a Spring theme going on. First, I have been working on Spring Garden Fairy on Johanna‘s Round Robin.
She is Joan Elliott’s Spring Garden Fairy that is featured in the current issue of Cross Stitch and Needlework. Johanna asked if I would like to stitch her on her Round Robin and I am so glad I am. So far she has been a pretty easy stitch and she is so sweet. Even the hair in this one has been no problem. Can’t wait to finish her.
On Saturday, February 1, I started Lavender & Lace’s Angel of Spring:
That is all the progress I made on this one. I wanted to start this one with Tanya, a stitching friend , and I am so glad I was able to. After many fabric changes and problems with scroll frames, this one finally came to life. I will have to put her down and finish the RR, but I will pick her up again soon.
And for the final “Spring”, where is the real Spring? Here in Michigan we broke a record for the most snowfall in any month this year. Can I say that I am so sick of snow and winter? And we are expecting 2 more snow storms this week 😦 I have no idea where hubby and son are going to pile up more snow. I think a lot of people are saying that this year. So…where is Spring? Is is just around the corner?
What are you stitching these days?
I was looking around my house to see what finished pieces I have not shared with you and I believe that this is the last hanging piece I have to share.
She is Guardian Angel by Lavender and Lace. I finished stitching her on September 4, 1993. I added the Bible verse to the bottom. This one hangs in the hallway right outside my bedroom door. She is beautiful and I need to stitch more of the Lavender Lace patterns that I have squirrled away.
I finally had a few minutes to add some stamping to my nails this morning. I had them painted a week ago and they were in desperate need of a top coat.
They have grown out a little since my manicure last week and the tips are a little worn, but that’s ok. I try to keep my polish on for 2 weeks as I hate going without. I haven’t stamped them in a while and really have been itching to add something fun. They are not perfect as I hurried to get them done before taking youngest son to drivers education, but they look cool. And they are good for another few days before I add another layer of top coat. This one’s for you K. Marie. If you get a chance, visit her blog A Stitcher’s Stitchings. She is a wonderful stitcher and she does her nails really cool, too.
Good afternoon, my blogging friends. I have another stitched piece to share with you today.
She is Summer Angel by Lavender and Lace. Before I found Mirabilia, I found Lavender & Lace (aka Told in A Garden). I fell in love with her as soon as I saw her and stitched her up in 1994. I love her pink dress. If you know me, then you know I LOVE pink. Even back then. And that she was an Angel pulled me in, too. I remember the beaded garland was a pain to stitch-all confetti stitching. Not my favorite, but am glad I stuck to it. She is a favorite of mine and currently hangs in my dining room. Some day I would like to stitch Angels from the other seasons so that I can change the Angel with the season. I’ll just add that to my list of things “To Stitch, Some Day”. Ha!