Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Work In Progress Wednesday - April 16

I finished the last 7 pages for my TAST 2012 fabric book, I only needed to zigzag the edges. Now I can sew the pages together and continue working on the cover. 
I could write a lot about these pages, but it would be a very long post. If you want to read more about one of these samplers, just click the photo and it will take you to my Flickr page.
Work In Progress Wednesday is a support group to encourage people to complete languishing projects, Works In Slow Progress or UFO’s.
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14 comments:

  1. Your work is gorgeous! I imagine I could spend hours drooling over your TAST 2012 book.

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    1. Thank you, Renee. I enjoy looking at my pages again after so much time.

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  2. That is looking wonderful. You make me feel quite quilty as all mine are in a folder, waiting.

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    1. Thank you, there's nothing wrong with samples in a folder. It's just a way to keep them safe.

      I try to comment on your blog from time to time, but somehow it doesn't work. Please know I admire your work and I'm collecting your pretty Hishizashi patterns. Someday I'll use a few of them on a sampler.

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  3. Fantastic work, as always.
    One thing that always impresses me is how versatile and broadminded you are about embroidery. Is there ANY form you have not yet tried?

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    1. Thank you Queenie. Well, I just have to try all techniques I like. But I never tried goldwork, it's too much the wrong bling. But I'm sure there are more styles I haven't found yet.

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  4. such a wonderful display of stitchery and how I am sure we all wish we had done ours in such a way, mine are on scraps of fabric and still not caught up completly

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    1. Thank you Margaret. You can still make a nice fabric book from those scraps. I know I've seen one a few years ago, but I'm not sure who made it. I think it was Anneliese or Shirley.

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  5. A fantastic book, every page is full of interest, well done!

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    1. Thank you Susan. I still enjoy looking at these pages too.

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  6. how fantastic, what a wonderful way of keeping all your test stitches together. I have to say, each page seems to be a work of art in itself!

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  7. Thank you Wendy. I'm very happy with my pages.

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  8. Your pages are exquisite, Annet. Mine aren't even in a folder yet - they are still waiting to be stitched!!! Well done on completing the book and it will be a real treasure.

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    1. Thank you Dianne. I do hope you find the time to stitch a few TAST stitches!

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