No change in the numbers.
Work on the challenge quilt continues. I have the design set and the components made. Now I need to set it all together, which is more complicated than it sounds given the shapes of the pieces.
I also started my Needle Arts Guild’s stitch-along (SAL) project. It’s a band sampler on 28 count linen. I’ve never stitched on linen before, and it’s making me a little crazy. I don’t think I can stitch on it at night after working on the computer all day. The sampler has nine bands, and I have half of the first band done.
I decided to put the ruler in the picture to put the scale in perspective. Sometimes things look a lot bigger than they are. The piece finishes at 3 x6 inches.
Fabric In: 0.5yards
Fabric Out: 0 yards
Net Fabric In: 0.5 yards
How did you do this week?
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I would need my reading glasses for that stitchery for sure!
I am waiting to see what you are doing with the challenge quilt! 🙂
I can’t wait to see your progress. I miss counted cross stitch.
your herringbone stitches are perfect!
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That looks like a pretty (challenging) piece! Good luck 😉
Pretty stitching – good light and magnification are key for me for seeing well on linen
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