I did some work on my projects this week but not a lot. I only worked on three of my projects as well.
I’m really liking this project, and I’m happy about the progress even if it isn’t much.
Here is where I was last week:
This piece was designed and charted by Morti, a wonderful YouTuber. You can find her channel here, and her shop, Hare Moon Crafts where you can get this design for yourself.
Here is where I am now:
Now that I’m on a straight way, I should be able to get moving a bit faster this week.
Peppermint Purple SAL
This is a lovely black work project, and I’m enjoying this project as well. Here is where I was last:
Here is where I’m at, and I’m also sharing a close up so you can see more of the detail of the fillers.
Last but never least:
The Land Baby
Before I go any further, I want to share the webpage were I found this lovely as well as The Girl With the Pearl Earring. The charter isn’t named only the original artist:
The Land Baby by John Collier(1899)
If anyone else takes up this project, I’d love to know about it and see your progress! Here is where I was last week:
I finally got to the far right side so now, I can start working the next section:
This piece is actually folded over and is not showing the entire left side which I’ve already worked. I can honestly say the charter did an amazing job, and I’m loving this piece! It’s a joy to work on despite all the confetti. In fact, it’s because of all the confetti I get lots of satisfaction from seeing the work coming to life with each added block. There’s a toddler in this section, and I’m bringing her out eventually. 🙂
That’s it for this week. Not a lot of progress, but it’s still progress.
See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!
2 thoughts on “Stitching Saturday: Current Progress on All WIPs #9”
Love all of your wonderful progress! The blackwork is indeed amazing–thank you for the closeup.
And so kind of you to share where you found the Land Baby chart! I discovered that I’ve actually visited this site, and that I’ve got a few full coverage patterns from here with me. I don’t think I’m gonna attempt them anytime soon though–I don’t think I can find the subtle shade variations of threads required. All the more reason for me to live vicariously through your full coverage projects! 😉
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I’m lucky to have a Hobby Lobby close by to get the threads. Wal-Mart barely carries any which is a shame seeing how big cross stitching is in the United States and elsewhere. Ordering floss online can get expensive too so I do what I can.
I am thinking of doing one or two more from the site in the future. I like the painting, The Road Not Traveled – I think that’s the name, I’ll have to check, but I don’t have time for it this year. I may do it on a bigger count fabric because it’s not supposed to be that big.
I’m glad you liked the close up of the blackwork, It’s looking so nice! 🙂 I might join her SAL for next year too. She’s actually running a second one, but I have too much going on for that.
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