Monday, 21 February 2011

Spring Sampler, Praying for a Cure and a new start..'.His Name' design.

I have only managed a small bit of my Spring Quaker this week because I have had other stitching to do..
So this week I have stitched February's christmas ornie, can't post a pic to day as we are in Essex and it is in  Coventry.
I also stitched this for a church friend as she has been diagnosed with breast cancer, so this was stitched with a prayer in every stitch and still praying for her.  Especially today as it is her op day.
And this will be for the church I am leaving in Coventry so must keep stitching this each evening till its completed.

Its on 32C Antique white even weave and the chart was a freebee from http://www.joyfulexpressions.us/.
I am using DMC all different colour blue threads. I think it is going to look rather nice.

10 comments:

Bette said...

Very lovely stitching!

Lesleyanne said...

Gorgeous stitching. I love all the different coloured blues. A lovely finish for your friend. Hope her op goes well.

Katya5 said...

Beautiful work. Best wishes to your friend.

Joysze said...

Beautiful WIPs, all of them. Thank you for the link to His Name is Jesus. I've printed it out and I think I'm going to have a lot of fun stitching this. :D

Carolyn NC said...

Lovely progress!

Blu said...

Lovely stitching! Spring Quaker looks amazing.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Beautiful work, I love those blues too.

I saw your blog and thought of this sampler which is New out!

http://www.papillon-creations.com/welcome_frame.htm

Julie said...

A lovely gift for your friend, i hope all goes well for her and she is soon on the road to recovery.

A beautiful piece for the church, what a lovely thing that will be for them

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Beautiful stitching Chris - it looks so delicate. Hope all goes well for your friend. A x

Gayle said...

Lovely work. Thank you for sharing the link for "His Name is Jesus". I had done something similar and enjoy religious theme pieces. I hope your dog is feeling better. Great progress on your Spring Quaker.