First I have to share a picture of my waxers I placed in a jar by my stitching spot.
1, Brunch at Buttonwood Farm I started this on March 19th and it is almost done. I really need to finish it up. I just used some blue aida I had in my stash for this stitch.
3. Prairie Schooler Weatherwise...I started this one on June 9 and it is stitched on 28 count Cashel...Country Mocha. I am leaving off the words and just stitching the harbor scene.
4.Hocus Pocus Halloween stitched on 28 count coffee tea dyed even weave. This was started on July 30th.
9.Halloween House stitched on 28 count ivory Lugana....Aug 5th
11.October Word Play 14 count coffee tea dyed aida from my stash. Started on August 3rd.
So it looks like it is Autumnal August at my house!
I also received my Colour and Cotton order this week.
Very pretty colors this month and more variegated than usual.
Some things you might notice from my parade. I am doing smaller pieces that I can finish easily. Rileys Harbor is my only really big piece. And if I have my choice, I will choose Lugana every time. Thanks to one of my stitchy friends at North Alabama Stitchers, I have a good bit of 14 count aida that was gifted to me. I did a lot of coffee tea dying this week. I am finding that I really like Aida for my Prairie Schooler pieces. I am considering doing a Very Prairie Year in 2020. Thanks to Mistie Purcell and friends for that idea. I will go through my PS charts and choose something Prairie to stitch each month. Let me know if you would like to join in. Mistie and Helen D have really inspired me with their Prairie Schooler stitching this year. Of all the designers, Prairie Schooler is still my favorite.