Saturday, March 25, 2017

Happy Saturday! A Finish and L&L Angel of Grace Update

Happy Saturday All! 

I hope you are enjoying your Saturday as I am. Just been doing a little shopping for needleminders, cut a piece of fabric for my next small project to do in between my big L&L Angel of Grace, and getting ready to stitch.

Monday night after completing the last of the ornaments, I picked back up my Lavender and Lace Angel of Grace. I will share my starting point from where I left it last back in the first of November before the cruise before last. I have managed to get a ton done on it this week, and if I keep this pace up I hope to have it done in the next 2 weeks approximately :) I work on it of a day and into the evening, but around 9-10 pm I will switch it out to something simpler and smaller to get a break. I started a Mill Hill kit called Wanda's Hat and finished it last night. This is my 18th Finish of the Year. 

Starting point from where I left it in December 2016

My 18th finish of the year. Mill Hill Wanda's Hat. Finished 03/24/17

I prepped the last couple of days getting my next small project ready. I saw this one on Instagram this week where someone had completed it, and it was a freebie from Brooke's Books Publishing - . It's a shamrock, and I had been wanting to find one I really liked. After printing off the pattern, I was like what floss to use. I didn't want to use the plain DMC it called for, then I thought ok maybe a Mo's Sale floss, and then I remembered I had hand dyed a very nice mottled green floss last year. So I located the floss and decided it was a very nice "shamrock" color, and just a little while ago I cut my 28ct for it. So I should be starting that tonight - yay!!!

I am still a little sick! This stinking cold is holding on for everything it's worth! I am getting better, but it has been 2 weeks today since I started feeling crappy. I am slowly getting better so hopefully this week it will finally completely go away!

I hope everyone is stitching and enjoying your weekend <3

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  1. Such amazing progress!!!! I love your stitching!!!!

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