July's Wipocalypse was a bust for me. The only WIP stitching I did was complete the cactus stitching on Part 2 of my Desert Mandala.
But, I did stitch on 3 Round Robins, stitched 3 travelling patterns (shown in previous posts) and an Adoption Sampler.
I do have some things to show you.
This is the third travelling pattern that I stitched. The pattern came from Marlene.
Tribal Penguin by White Willow Stitching. It is a gift for my friend Judie who is a penguin collector.
Annette. If you are interested in the pattern, be sure to check with her when it is ready to travel.
Here is my completed Adoption Sampler for the family of friends.The lettering is over 1 on 32 count. I love how delicate it looks. The pattern was designed for me by Jenna.
I purchased this pattern from my friend Jocelyn. Now, I am missing only Autumn Queen.
From my friend Rowyn - she has kindly passed on the Just Nan Humbugs.
I won a summer giveaway on Shannon's blog. Look at the pretty cube she made and the lovely extras that she included. I love the fabric she chose for the cube.
Thank you so much Shannon.
And I must share this beauty. My Band Sampler Round Robin from the TWBB came home today.
I have to share several shots because this sampler is just so gorgeous.
I am going to finish it into a bellpull.
At the moment, I am free to stitch whatever I want. . That
doesn't happen very often with me as I have many commitments. One of my
RR's is on hold - illness in one family, one is in the mail
and one is due to be mailed soon. All my obligation stitching is done. I
am going to try a 4 day stitching rotation. I hope to work on Desert
Mandala, an etui, LHN's Acorn Hill and a 4th that I have not decided
Yesterday, that blasted frog paid a visit to "Acorn Hill" and therefore I stitched parts of the house many times.
I did kick that sucker to the curb and hope he stays there.
Until next time, take care and smile even when the heat is brutal!!!