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Friday, 23 February 2007

There are three progress pictures this time. The first one is Monday nights SAL Sleigh Ride:

Sleigh Ride - 19 Feb 2007

I have finished the main clump of trees top left and stitched the snow at the top of the first roof, although the photo doesn't show this very clearly.

The second photo is Tuesday nights SAL Celtic Winter:

Celtic Winter - 20 Feb 2007
I have finished one page of the cloak and started the next page.

Now let me introduce you to the headless horseman:
A Favour - 22 Feb 2007
This photo is my progress on HAED - A Favour. I had planned to finish his head before posting a progress pic but that would be another page and I want a break from this design. The photo shows page 24 and 28. There are a lot of colour changes and quite a few colours only have one or two stitches per colour!

I am now going back to stitch on HAED - Tomboy. I would like to get the current page finished.


PEA said...

Hi Jot...thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment:-) I always love "meeting" new people!! I've just scrolled down all your posts and you really do amazing work with your cross stitching, it's beautiful! That's one thing I never learned to do and so admire anyone who can:-) Take care! xox

Sue said...

Hi there, thanks for visiting my blog. Your stitching is just wonderful. We have similar tastes, you're stitching Celtic Winter and I'm stitching Celtic Autumn and we're both doing a HAED plus many other things!! I'll be back to visit.

velda said...

Jo , those are all really amazing!!!!!!! Good job.

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

Thank you for the visit to my blog and the nice comment. My but you are a busy girl with all that cross stitching! They are going to be so nice when finished!

Sally said...

You are making great progress on your WIPs. I know what you mean with the HAEDs about only one or two stitches per colour. I am always to relieved to find a bit that has big blocks of colour!