Wednesday, July 13, 2011

A Finish and WIP's

I have a finish!!! I finished stitching the small piece for my great nephew for a pillow. Here it is:
Before I stopped stitching when I started having the issues with my hands and elbow, I was working on a couple different projects. So I have pulled them out and added them to my stitching bag so I can start working on them. I never know when I will be able to have much time to stitch so instead of trying to work out a rotation for my WIP's, I am just gonna stitch on whichever one I am in the mood to stitch on and see how that goes.

So . . . anyway, here is my current WIP's. The first one is a Britty Kitty, Basking in the Sun and the other one the Names of God cross stitch pattern that is one of my patterns.  (sorry for all the wrinkles).

I am still in the process of going through my patterns and things getting a give-a-way ready . . . .so stay tuned for that!  Until next time . . .

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7 comments:

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

That finish is so cute.

I absolutely am in love with your names piece. I so would love to do that one. Time to go searching for that pattern. lol

Dani - tkdchick said...

What a cute little finish!

Glad you can stitch again, I bet you really missed it!

As for Hunter he's actually a black cat, and very difficult to phtograph! I find if there's a lot of natural light or late afternoon light when I take his picture he looks more chocolate brown than black.

Rachel S said...

Great finish for your great-nephew. And I like your WIPs.

Shelleen said...

The pillow is really cute , love Britty Kitty designs. The colors are pretty in Names of God.

Kathy said...

The pillow finish for your great-nephew is adorable. Both of your wip look great but the Names of God piece is stunning. Just gorgeous.

Dani - tkdchick said...

Cindy, thanks for checking in on me with what went on at Bluesfest on Sunday. It was quite shocking what happened, but at least the stage blew backwards and not on the crowd.

There are investigations into what happened and why the stage collapsed but winds in excess of 100 KM/H sure were a contribution.

I wasn't there that day, thank goodness! We did have some bad storms that night.

Meari said...

Glad you're able to stitch again, Cindy. Congrats on your finish!