Monday, January 28, 2008

A Sweeter Love update

Here is an update on A Sweeter Love. Thanks for all the comments about my missing letter "P". The coolest thing happened. Paulette from Plum Street Samplers left a comment on my blog. That made my day!! I don't know how she found my blog and I feel honored she left a comment. Thank you Paulette!

The entire verse is over one so it will take me a while to get that done. I'm really enjoying this piece.
I've been working a lot lately so haven't had much time for stitching. Hopefully I'll be able to get some time in on SPWN and post a pic soon.
"Cease to inquire whatever the future has in store, and take as a gift whatever the day brings forth."

34 comments:

Hazel said...

Its looking fab! xx

Karen said...

this is looking great

Mindi said...

I see a lot of progress from the last picture! If that's how much you get done when you don't have much stitching time, then this will be done in no time at all.

Karoline said...

It's looking gorgeous, great progress

Sharon said...

Great progress! That was pretty cool of Paulette to leave you a comment!

Vonna said...

Wow...that's a lot of progress you've made...you'll be done with this in no time at the rate your going!

Stitchingranny said...

I have just found your blog and this is a lovely project. I also like the St Petersburgh one too.

Hope you dont mind but i have added you to my blogline so I can visit again.

Nicole said...

Wow, that is so beautiful! I love it! :)

tintocktap said...

You're making great progress there! I love the colours in this design, glad you're enjoying it!

Ranae said...

Looking great.
How fun to have paulette comment.

Nicola said...

It looks beautiful, great progress.

Leslie aka zoeandcooper said...

Amazing progress. you really have accomplished alot.

Suzanne said...

This is looking fantastic and you have made such wonderful progress.

Pumpkin said...

You've made great progress! That is SO neat that the designer left a comment. That was very sweet of her :o)

~Tammy said...

Stunning so far. I love how this piece is coming together.

Congrats on the designer's comment. Very cool indeed!

Dawn said...

It looks fantastic!! Good luck with the one over one:)

Julie said...

How cool the designer left a comment for you. Such a pretty piece, it's growing nicely

Sally said...

This is just so pretty!

Lana said...

This is so beautiful!!! I'm so glad you are back!!!

Mel said...

WOW, it looks so great.

Stitchingranny said...

Looking good, love the little butterfly and bunny you have added.

Carla said...

looking great!!!

Kim said...

How cool is that to have a comment left by the designer? This is such a beautiful piece and your making good progress. I am anxious to see it finished.

samplerlover said...

Thank you for dropping by my blog. I know how you felt by Pauline leaving a comment on your blog. I received one from Jacqueline Holdsworth from Needleprint on mine and that really made my day.
Your sampler is looking lovely and I look forward to seeing your progress. = take care = Sandra.

Emily said...

It looks great! Always nice when designers can take the time. :)

Deborah/LavenderRose said...

Wonderful that you're stitching the verse over 1! I love the look of all you've done. It's just precious. Sending hugs, Deb

Lynn said...

Lookin' good! How exciting that Paulette left a comment on your piece!

Wawanna said...

It is so precious, what a real treasure you will have when it is all finisihed. You really have made amazing progress since the last post. Yes you must have wings on those needles, just like the angels.

stitcherw said...

It's looking lovely. The colors are so pretty, and I love the little blue butterfly and bunny.
Sue

Laura said...

The sampler looks fantastic. And I also think it is so cool to have Paulette stop by your blog and leave a comment. That would make anyone's day.

Stitcher said...

Great progress.

sugardoll said...

That is some fast stitching. Very nice wip.

BeckySC said...

Gorgeous WIP!!

samplerlover said...

Hi, in answer to your question about my Margaret Gibson. I am working her on 40ct linen and she should end up around 12-1/2" x 18". Apparently thats what the original is worked on and the original size. - Sandra.