This is my stitching on Clare's RR. As you can see she has carefully stitched out where she wants each piece sited, where as I just said leave a couple of stitches between each box and I am trusting my fellow stitchers will just do that! LOL
I am sure it will be fine. Clare's is to be a table cloth so it will certainly be a topic of conversation. Mine is to be a cushion in our conservatory. I think this is quite exciting.. This piece left Nuneaton for US in January and now it is ready for me to post on to Jaclyn in Lancs.
And here is my Summer Celtic Lady, I have completed the motifs down the one side apart from the beads, I can't decide whether to stitch the motifs down the other side or start the' lady.' I do like to be organised so I will probably do some of the motifs down the other side before I start the lady.
And this is my 'Winter' by Rose Swalwel, It is growing very very slowly. as although its aida it is 16 count so quite fine. Every section is stitched so inbetween the holly leaves, berries, hedge parsley skeletons, there is a half stitch in one thread so it is taking time. I do like it, but I am going to start a small design as well, as to be honest stitching pale grey and very pale blue in single thread is eye straining even with my lamp so I need something easier to see in the evenings.
I am pleased with my progress as now the weather has warmed up slightly (at last ) I am busy in the garden and have a lot of seedlings to pot on.. Roll on summer!
Happy stitching all....
And hope the weather has turned warmer where you are too.