Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Work In Progress Wednesday

I'm still working on the house. My "Finish What I Start" pledge for this year is keeping me from putting it away.  I have to say I am enjoying it.




I finished this little redwork girl, but there are several more that I want to stitch and put together, so this isn't a total finish yet.



14 comments:

Linda said...

Congrats on the cute finish Pamela. I love the house. Can you tell me the name of the chart and designer please?

Linda

Janie said...

Good progress on your house and the red embroidery is fun and there are more blocks for a set?
And I saw your photos from the quilt festival, inspiring.
I think some of the best quilts/embroidery/stitching is done in Japan.

Julie said...

Redwork always looks so elegant, yours is lovely,

Sheryl said...

Hi Pamela i am loving your house too such a beautiful embroidery and how cute is your redwork,well done my friend xx

Mia said...

Your house is gorgeous, Pamela. I will be glad to see it finished. And your redwork is simply beautiful. Hugs, my friend.

Queeniepatch said...

It is good to make promises to oneself!
The cross stitch house is really charming.

kiwikid said...

The house is lovely Pamela,and the red work beautiful. Well done on getting finishes.

Manuela said...

Wonderful progress.

Shami Immanuel said...

Both the house and redwork looks beautiful. Me too want to finish what i start. But my mind is wandering on various projects.

Beth in IL said...

Keep going! You inspire me.

diamondc said...

Pamela: What a cute saying beauty will not season soup love it.
Your House is lovely.

Catherine

FlashinScissors said...

You are doing well! Love the house and the pretty redwork!
I wish I could finish some of my projects, I am trying, but new ones keep creeping up on me!
Tee Hee!
Hugs,
Barbara xx

Catherine - Hillview Embroidery said...

I too love your house! And I look forward to seeing your redwork piece all finished. This is a lovely start.

Leonore Winterer said...

The house looks great! Not much more to go now.