Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Work In Progress Wednesday - March 18

I added 2 needlepoint stitches to my Phoenix.
Parisian stitch in Appleton wool . . .
. . . and Byzantine stitch in 2 threads of stranded floss.
This is my last Work In Progress Wednesday post. Of course I keep blogging about this project, but WIPW is not working for me anymore. It feels like another task on my growing to-do-list. I just want to be free to write about it when I feel like it and write about other things on Wednesdays.

12 comments:

  1. WIPW should not be a burden, so please free yourself from the 'duty' to report. To me it has always been, and will continue to be, a good way for me to keep up with work.
    Your needlepoint patterns are so beautiful and I now know that I have to add needlepoint to my Pile 'em On project once the flames are completed.

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    1. WIPW was very good for finishing my quilt a few years ago, but life takes over in the last few months. I'm looking forward to see your needlepoint experiments!

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  2. Your needlepoint is gorgeous, such neat stitching. Do not worry about reporting everything, time goes by so fast it is impossible to fit things in sometimes!

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    1. Thanks, Susan. It would be great to have a few more hours in a day!

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  3. It is very beautiful! And I understand what you feel! I just stopped thinking I had to sell my stuff on the sundaymarket. And that desition took a burden of my shoulders!

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    1. Dank je, Marjolein. Heerlijk als er zo'n last van je schouders valt, wat kunnen we het onszelf toch moeilijk maken!

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  4. fantastic embroidery additions. I love the colours

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    1. Thanks, Chitra, it's so much fun to work on this!

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  5. I love seeing your progress on this piece!

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    1. Thanks, Renee. Me to, but it still looks the same. I have too many other things to finish.

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  6. Both the stitches are neat and beautiful...i want to give a try on parisian stitch. .love the colours too..

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    1. Thanks, Laksmi. Parisian stitch is very easy, enjoy!

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