Friday, July 6, 2007

Back to a piece I love ;)

Well, I am back to Village of Hawk Run Hollow and I'm loving it. I have enjoyed every single stitch I have put in this piece. I love the fabric and the silks and the design!! This is the beginning of block #10 (the apple orchard). What a relief to put that Chatelaine away until next week. My new stitching rotation is working well, of course, I've only been doing it for a week :).
I actually don't want this piece to end.

Thanks to everyone who's stopped by ;)

17 comments:

Joy Renée said...

your stitching is beautiful. i don't do it, myself, but i think you are very talented.

Julie said...

I'm glad you're stitching again on a piece that you enjoy. I don't even want to think about having to remove all those beads from an earlier post. I think I might have just left them or pitched the entire piece! I guess I really need to work on my patience! Have a good weekend.

Sally said...

I love this WIP. It looks fantastic:)

Jennifer said...

It's looking great! How nice it is to work on a piece that is just fun at every moment. :)

Vonna said...

It is looking SWEET! :)

Carla said...

Great start!

Barbeeque4 said...

What a great job!!!! This and its companion piece are in my stash to be done.

edgar

Kathryn said...

I love the colors in this piece, but stick with the White Nights. It's just so gorgeous.

Lauren said...

I love the apples!

Dawn said...

This one is beautiful! I love the colors:)

Barbara said...

Lovely...enjoy your time stitching! :)

Julie said...

looking great and so much nicer that you are stitching something you enjoy

Jenn said...

Very pretty. I love the colrs in this square.

Cheryl said...

Glad you are enjoying stitching this so much. I love this piece, it's looking good!

Edda said...

This one looks great and it is good to know that you are enjoying it. Hope you have a great weekend.

choko said...

What a cute apples!Your stiching is beutiful!!

Pumpkin said...

That's great that your new rotation is working for you :o) Isn't it fun when you're enjoying the piece you're stitching?