Saturday, October 15, 2011

What have you been doing for 18 days? Grass.

     It seems like I'm never going to get this project done.  Here's the latest on And They Sinned.  Thank you Evan for helping me out, oh and Nikko too.
     Judging by my stitch speed (which is snail-like) and how much is left, I think I have about one more month to go.  The boy and the tree were fun to stitch and the pond was as well.  Here's a close up of the bottom.

     My dear friend Lori changed the colors of her geese and I liked it so much I decided to do the same.  The big swan is stitched with Pebble and I dug into my stash to find a peachy/pink color for the little guy on the left.  He's stitched with Apricot Blush although he looks more white in the picture.  The plan is to move up and stitch more motifs and then stitch grass, grass, and more grass. 
     My left hand is getting tingly while stitching this.  It's really getting heavy.  I'm not going to know how to act when I actually get to stitch something normal.  Thank you, my dear followers for your encouraging words and support you've given me during this project.  Until next time, happy stitching ladies!


  1. I think you're making great progress! And it must be getting heavy; be careful you don't injure your wrist.

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  3. Wonderful progress on ATS, hang in there, you're so close to being finished. The swans look lovely.

  4. It's so worth the effort. What a masterpiece!

  5. Your progress is just gorgeous and I don't blame you for moving on to a few other things in the project. You can burn out just doing the same thing for days and days. I love all the new additions. You can always go back and fill in a bit and then do some of the other things to keep it interesting!! I love this project!!