Friday, 31 July 2009
Posted by Chris at 20:01
Well, after taking a couple of months off to do the garden and veg plot, I'm back into the land of stitching again. I managed to do almost four motifs this month so I'm happy with my progress. This is my last pic,
Posted by Sue at 14:32
It's the end of the month again. Here is my little progress, I only stitched about two motifs. Hopefully I will have more to show next month.
True happiness for me this month - I got further than I thought I would! At the end of June I was here
and now I'm here ...Yeehah!
I figure I'm about half way now. Congrats to all those who have finished the piece - your work looks fabulous. Happy stitching until next time.
Posted by Deb at 08:56
Wednesday, 29 July 2009
Posted by elisabethb at 08:55
Posted by Jacqueline Korteland Boller at 07:34
Tuesday, 28 July 2009
Posted by annemieke at 17:11
Posted by Terry at 14:07
Sorry not a stitch .... NONE
not sure where the month went to, stitched a few things and got carried away knitting my first pair of socks!!!
It's going to be busy till the end of the month so not a hope of doing any to it, will do better next month Hazel LOL
Here is the photos to show the small amount of progress made. After my dear mother died on 6th July I was finally getting back to a new routine when we lost one of our precious Burmese cats Mia. Mia was always very interesting to check out what I was stitching and loved to sit under the light for extra warmth. She was a very young 17 year old and her death was so unexpected. Her sister Chloe, from the same litter, is feeling rather lost and needing extra attention. I will be really glad when this month is over!!
Monday, 27 July 2009
I think this will have to be a "pass" month for me...I have barely finished half a motif this month, hardly worth an update picture. I may still have time before the end of the month but it sure is coming up fast! We'll see...the rest of your pieces are really looking lovely!
Posted by lynda at 15:12
Sunday, 26 July 2009
Saturday, 25 July 2009
to post up your progress pics. I am pleased with my progress this month and I'll post pics soon. xx
Posted by Hazel at 21:02
Tuesday, 21 July 2009
I'm going to be away the next couple of weeks, and wanted to post my July progress before then.
Friday, 3 July 2009
37 of us made some progress in June. Well done everyone. One down from last month's numbers which was 38. We also had one finish as well! Well done Joanie. I have put up a "Finishes" list in the sidebar and I will include the link to the picture of the finish so you can get easy access.
So we are half way through and although this blog has 100 members, I never thought that all 100 would post every month. We seem to be averaging around the 38 - 40 mark. How many of us do you think will go right to the end of the year and be in the final drawing??
Let me know if I have missed you off the progress list.
Happy stitching in July xx
Posted by Hazel at 20:19
I have been a very inconsistent in posting my progress, I'm afraid. But wanted everyone to know I am continuing to stitch on Bea.
My last post:
And current progress:
I loved looking through the latest pictures -- all of your lovely work is very inspiring -- keep it up!
Thursday, 2 July 2009
This is the position I'm at now. This project is a slow burn - so I'm very happy to be with the SAL. Otherwise it might have slipped right off my to do list which is rather long!
Here's were I was end of May..
Good job Joanie on finishing your piece.....looks beautiful!
Posted by Deb at 07:45
Wednesday, 1 July 2009
I meant to do this yesterday and got sidetracked. I'm still having fun working on this piece. Here is my May progress:
This is my June progress:
I definitely want to do the companion piece to this. I am loving working on each motif and I feel like I've accomplished something when I finish one.
Posted by Terry at 13:32
Posted by elisabethb at 06:37
Hi All -- Although I have been a bit unfaithful to Miss Potter this month -- I could not resist starting the ever-lovely Mary Wigham, I was able to put in a couple motifs this month. I am enjoying both samplers -- and have spots saved on my dining room wall for whenever they are both finished. Although I have finished six months of work on Beatrix, I can not tell if she will be finished by the year's end as I had hoped. But I am enjoying each stitch and loving to look at everyone's progress and color selections.
Happy stitching all,
Sharon in St. Louis
Posted by SharoninStLouis at 00:56