Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Work In Progress Wednesday - Vacation Stitching

I stitched every day when I was away.  I worked on the three projects I brought along and a couple more besides those! 


Bess of Hardwick - I started working on the gold frame around Bess. 



Canvas Ornament - I am ready to add a few beads, then I can work on finishing it.




Mill Hill "Cabin Fever" 



Sandy Arthur's Canvas Coasters - This was a gift from teacher Sandy Arthur, representing places from the cruise trip: Colosseum (Rome), Matador (Spain), Maltese Cross (Malta), Sagrada Familia (Barcelona).  I finished the first three and am almost finished with the fourth.  They were designed as coasters, but I plan to finish mine as Christmas tree ornaments.






Sardinian Filet - twelve of us took a class in Sardinia.  I'm not finished with my piece yet.  I'll write more about the class soon.


9 comments:

kiwikid said...

Wonderful projects underway Pamela.

diamondc said...

Pamela: All your project are lovely.
The last one looks difficult, I am looking forward to seeing it finished.

Catherine

Queeniepatch said...

What a blissful vacation! Stitching every day, no, almost every MINUTE by the look of the sheer number of projects. Sardinian Filet looks interesting. Looking forward to your post about that.

Vireya said...

Cute needle minder!

The filet work looks amazing. I will be interested to hear more about that class.

FlashinScissors said...

Wow, you have some lovely new projects there!
I look forward to seeing more about the last one especially!
You must have had an amazing trip!
Hugs,
Barbara xx

White Rose said...

Lovely projects there Pamela ,well done xx

Janie said...

Yes, I agree beautiful work. Good idea to make the coasters into ornaments.
Your vacation sounds wonderful, a fun opportunity!

Leonore Winterer said...

You made great progress on the projects you brought along, and the new ones are awesome as well!

Julie said...

The Sardinian Filet is really pretty and i'm quite partial to the canvas ornament too.