Good Morning Stitchy Friends....I thought I would do a WIP parade today. ( Works in Progress). I am really not a fast stitcher so I want you to see that I just do a little bit at a time until I am finished. I am loving some of the small things I have stitched as I get almost instant gratification with them.
Dorothy's Discovery stitched on 28 count mushroom lugana. The designer is Silver Creek Samplery.
Up on the Rooftop by Prairie Schooler. It is stitched on 28 count ivory Lugana. I put this back into my rotation after putting it aside last fall when I knew it would not be complete by Christmas.
God Save the Queen 32 count Belfast linen in the color Sand. The designer is Theresa at Shakespeare's Peddler. You Floss Tube fans will know her as Kitten Stitcher.
Farmhouse Christmas by Little House Needleworks ...stitched on 30 count Portobello linen. I did not stitch the second piece in this series as I just did not care for it. And that is okay. I am purchasing all the charts in the series so it will be complete and who knows I might decide to stitch it later.
And I am kitting up this Frosted Pumpkin design, A Very Merry Christmas Town. It is my first attempt at a Frosted Pumpkin piece. My floss tube friend, Shelley Key X Stitcher enabled me on this one.
Right now I am stitching up summer pieces...mostly patriotic.
A Freebie by Samplers and Santas copywriter 2013. I just used some Aida I had in my stash.
Here is my next Summer Start...
Happy Fourth by Threadwork Primitives. I saw a finish Vonna did on this piece and I may have to "steal" it.
Today I am working on Abigail Adams from the Early Americans series by Little House Needleworks.
I am using a piece of linen from my stash for this one. I am building a brown house bit by bit. One thing I like about smalls...they are perfect for using up scraps of fabric.
Now for a Surprise... a Pass the Stash.
Please do not use the word Give away in your comments. We want the trolls to stay away! To be added to the pass the stash drawing, please tell me who is your favorite Early American Patriot. I will announce the winner next Saturday on the Stitching Saturday Post. Have a great weekend friends.