Saturday, October 28, 2006

Annemarie's RR so far...

I was going to wait until the next mailing to post, but I figure you all will be posting your updates between now and then. My close-up is a little blurry, but the whole thing photographed fine. Sorry you see my quilt underneath-I had to stand on the bed to take this shot. My 'wacky' part-I made a bee swarm in the shape of a 'P' for 'Pelle'. : ) I added a little yellow to those white flowers in the front as you said you had whitish-yellow roses. And like Barbara, I made the bird blue thinking of making it the bluebird of happiness, twice over for you! I hope you like what you are seeing Annemarie as I think it's turning out sweet. I have to say I love the beekeep-it's so petite and cute.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Would anyone mind

If we moved the posting date backwards until January 15th, what with everyones other commitments, it would be a shame to rush this one because we moved the date forward to allow for Christmas posting, if we waited til after Christmas to post that would probably be better.
Let me know what you all think.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

check in

With only a month and a of couple of days till our next mailing date, I'm wondering how everyone else is doing with the NRRs. Honestly, I have only looked at Su's since it arrived - I've been totally out straight with charity and exchange projects. Is anyone else faring better?

Monday, October 02, 2006

A peek at Annemarie's NRR

This is a week's worth of stitching! I am taking it slow as I'm not use to tiny counts. I once did a charity square on 18 ct and it took me forevah (it was worth it though)! I know the garden will be the crowning glory to this little house. It's a Prairie Schooler-G is for garden. I changed the house from brown to gold. Then the frames around the windows and door didn't show up as well, so I backstitched them-good idea. I can't wait to get to the garden!