Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Stitching at the Ranch

Experienced almost five days of stitching bliss this past weekend. Here are the projects I worked on:

Sampler Book from Erica Michaels - G and H blocks are finished!

Another Erica Michaels project that I had started and is now finished - The Orphanage Sampler.

This Prairie Schooler chart entitled Winter Wind is almost finished. Just need to complete the filling stitches at the bottom.

Last but not least, this is one of Liz Mathews trees. This was designed as a special project for the Delaware Valley Historic Sampler Guild. Just need to complete the filling stitches at the bottom of this one too!

I worked on one other project for a few hours before realizing I had made a major counting mistake. Not sure what I’m going to do with it. I would need to frog quite a lot - it might be easier to restart.

Overall, quite a productive weekend.

Leaving you with this sweet shot of my happy pup!


Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

So much beautiful stitching! I need more hours in the day.

diamondc said...

Hi Cathie: I am so happy you had a great time; the Ranch is an amazing venue.


Marilyn said...

You've been busy!
All very pretty projects.
Lizzie is too cute!

Robin in Virginia said...

Beautiful finishes and almost finishes, Cathy! Lizzy is a cutie with a capital C!

Stasi said...

You sure got a lot accomplished, Cathy!

butterfly said...

Nice stitching , the mistake I would take time to think about .
Enjoy your week.

diamondc said...

Hi Cathy: Lizzie is adorable and very photogenic,
oh so many lovely projects, I wish I could have more than one design going at a time, I get too anxious if more than one is in my basket.

Have a lovely day

Kris said...

Looks like you did have a fun, productive weekend!! Love your Remember Me piece!!

Khristine Doiron said...

Beautiful projects! I am in love with the Sampler Book.

Robin said...

Great finishes Cathy. Hope you were able to watch the guild meeting where Liz Mathews demonstrated the assembly of the tree. It is pretty easy. Looking forward to your next set of finishes.