Sunday, January 31, 2021

January Stitching

Can’t believe that tomorrow is the start of February. Where did January go? Here’s a recap of my January stitching.

These first two pieces were essentially done in December, but I had some solid stitching to fill in at the bottom of both and I saved this for my January Zoom calls.

Anna Grater by The Scarlett House.

Autumn Leaves by Prairie Schooler. (Ignore the stitched line at the bottom; it was a counting mistake!)

I also nearly finished this piece, but I still need to chart and stitch the personalization. The Strawberry Patch by Homespun Samplar.

Hardanger Bunad pieces - collar, cuffs, and front placket for blouse. These aren’t finished yet. I need more thread and it’s coming from Norway.

Lastly, Kindred Spirits of the Thread by La D Da.

There were a few other projects I worked on, but they didn’t hold my attention for very long. Looking forward to seeing what February brings!


Dianne said...

How you work on that fine cloth, (I use aida), is beyond me.
I truly admire your art!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

That's a lot of stitching! I look forward to your February projects!

Marilyn said...

Great stitchy projects.
Anna is beautiful,
Need to put that on my list!

Robin in Virginia said...

Beautiful finishes, Cathy! I hope you have a fabulous and productive February!

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

You are working on so many lovely pieces! Ana Grater has been in my stash for quite awhile--she needs attention.

Donna G. said...

Nice projects. I especially like the Strawberry Patch.

diamondc said...

Cathy: What beautiful Samplers, do you keep them or gift them? just curious, my family members have already told me they want my stitched items after I no longer need them.
Have a lovely week.


Barb said...

Such pretty finishes! Anna Grater speaks to me. I need to order that one!

Khristine Doiron said...

Very productive January you had! Can't wait to see what you make in February!

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