One word for how the weathers been here in Orlando lately.....miserable....but it does make a nice time for stitching. I don't feel like going anywhere and sure can't work in the yard.
I was able to get two projects stitched up:
First one is a Lizzie Kate and it is me!!! I don't like to say Happy Holidays at Christmas. It's just not right and it's not fun. So when I saw this design I knew it was for me. I'm not sure how I'm going to finish it but I'm leaning towards a candle mat using one of the fabrics shown. This was a great fun stitch!
Next is the Forget Me Not which I'm dedicating to my brother, Richard. I'm thinking that this should be framed but I'm still debating.
I'm making good progress on the Weaver's Samplers which will be dedicated to my Aunt Margaret who made beautiful quilts.
And my new project started today is Betsy's Tart. This I know I'm going to frame in an antique round frame that I found at an estate sale that we stopped at coming home from De Leon Springs. It's being stitched on a hand dyed fabric of a mystery color name but it's in shades of grey.
Well that's what I've been up to. The Lizzy Kate pattern is in my store if you're interested as is Betsy's Tart also.
I hope you've had a wonderful week where you are and that your weekend is even better. Enjoy your family and friends and don't forget to tell them you love them.
PS. Okay I've lost it!!! Take a good look at my Lizzie Kate Merry Christmas and tell me what's missing. Can't figure it out? How about the ball at the end of Santa's hat? I'm glad I noticed this before I did the finishing work on it. Since it's not going to be framed....maybe a pompom? Hmmmm