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Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Ta Da!!!

I have finally finished Indian Garden!






I actually finished it a few weeks ago while in Nova Scotia...I am soo glad to see the end of this one...the colours were beautiful, but I was itching to get back to samplers...


Thank-you for all the lovely comments and well wishes...I truly appreciate them, and am always amazed that anyone reads my blog...esp since I have been so slack about posting lately...


I recently took a trip to Fanci Mats and More in Littleton Co...what a great shop!!!! My SO bought me some lovely charts...among them The SOHRH...I have been eyeing this one for awhile...I think i`ll do it on 32 ct...my eyes can`t handle higher count fabrics anymore...Of course, I want to start it NOW, but am trying to resist that impulse...I want to finish Little Paradise first...speaking of which, here is a progress pic...


I changed the trees...I just wasn`t in the mood for weeping willows I guess...what do you think? This is what the sampler is supposed to look like...as you can see, I have changed a few things...

http://mclego.club.fr/SANWjuin2002.jpg

I am going to get off the net now and go back to stitching...until next time...




4 comments:

Jennifer said...

Indian Garden is stunning - I love the vibrant colors! Great work!

Giovanna said...

Indian Garden is just beautiful, and what a lovely sampler too! Will be checking on your progress on this (I'm Gio2002 from N&T by the way...)

samplerlover said...

Your Indian Garden is absolutely stunning and your other sampler is beautiful as well. I can understand your thoughts on the weeping willows.

Jackie in UK said...

Hello, I found my way here from your posting of Indian Garden on Legacy. It is just beautiful and looks like an incredible amount of work to me - fabulous! :-) I also like your paradise sampler *very much*. One of my daughters is a gardener and would love this I think. Whose pattern is it please? See you soon!

Jackie in England xx