Sunday, September 27, 2015

Really Slow Stitching

My stitching is moving along quite slowly due to the fact that I have just been plain old tired. I have to work on Baker Beach during the day so when I am working my stitching time is limited. 
This is where I left off last week:
 Finally, on Saturday, I managed a good hour of stitching.
I have filled in a little more of the beach. I took out the next page to give me inspiration to move forward. It will be the upper right corner. I may move back and forth between the page I am on now and the next page. This page has a whole lot of color changes in it now (didn't bother me on Saturday), the next page is big swaths of color (sometimes you just need to see a bunch of progress). I think I will keep working on the current page today as I am enjoying seeing the beach emerge.

I want to mention to all of you a fun contest on Untwist your Stitches. Rose is trying to boost her blog and would love for you to visit. She will be giving away a brand new cross-stitch pattern.

I am joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. On Monday I will link to Super Mom - No Cape for the Stitchery Link Party. Pop on over to their sites to see what other bloggers are stitching.

Thanks for stopping by!

12 comments:

  1. i amenjoying seeing this come together--really nice--hugs, Julierose

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  2. It's enjoyable to see the progress on this :)

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  3. Cathie, I'm just in awe of your patience - so much detail, it's amazing! I really love the colours in this piece. Let's hope next week brings more time :)

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  4. I know what you mean about the big patches without a lot of colour changes... it just goes fast and you feel like you're making more progress.
    Enjoy!

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  5. Been following your progress on Slow Sunday Stitching and you are making progress. I am a slow stitcher myself.

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  6. These cross stitch pictures take a lot of time and patience. Working full time interferes with my stitching too!

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  7. You really are doing so well, you obviously have a lot of patience.

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    1. Not so much patience as determination. Thanks for visiting.

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  8. You are really coming along on Baker Beach. I enjoy following your progress.

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  9. I love your long long term project. I know each hour you spend is chipping away at each page :)

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  10. You are doing progress! It will worthwhile all the determination and patience. It is a masterpiece. Hugs

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