Monday, April 30, 2012

A month of BLUE stitching!

So.....one of my stitching groups is doing a monthly "theme".  And the theme for April was "blue" - the thought was you could interpret it anyway you wanted to.  In my case, it lent itself perfectly to stitching on my HAED pattern.  The pattern is "Boulevard of Dreams" and  right now it's a BOATLOAD of blue!  So, even though I normally would have put it away after I finished page 2, I kept it out and stitched on it all thru the month of April.  I had finished Page 2 on 3/20, and got the better part of Page 3 done by the end of the month.

The month of May's theme is "purple".  Again, I have a project tailor made for it - I'm working on the beading for my Spanish Geometric Sampler, and the beads are purple and green.  Every time I say that, it sounds funny - the beads are not purple and green.  There are purple beads, and there are green beads!  LOL

Anyway, thanks for checking it out......

And oh yeah, I also finished a "travel" project - my Halloween Lizzie Kate "Velcome".  Here's a picture of THAT (I don't think I posted one before...LOL)


11 comments:

JoAnn McLaughlin said...

looks like someones needles are smoking, great work.

Linda Klinedinst said...

You are making really good progress on your WIP....before you know it you will be done with all of that blue.

Tammy said...

Nice progress on Boulevard of Dreams. Congrats on the finish!

Gretchen said...

Great progress!!! Love the Welcome!!!

Denise SA said...

I just hope you still like blue. Velcome is such a cute finish

Katrien said...

great progress!!
Velcome is really cute.

mab3500 said...

Fabulous! Great progress on your HAED.

EvalinaMaria said...

That is a lot of blue...

Anonymous said...

Lovely progress and a cute finish.

Marl

Elena said...

Very nice progress. Love your finish...it's cute.

Mel said...

Velcome is gorgeous! Have you any odeas on how you want to frame it yet?

WOW! I know you said you were doing a boatload of blue, but .... WOW! Just WOW!

Maybe we should put Blue back in the mix for another go around for you :)