Sunday, June 28, 2009

A stitched verse

I was stitching like mad last night trying to get the wording completed on The Rain Fell. Mission accomplished!

The Rain Fell - 27 June 2009

I did have to frog a little but nothing that couldn't be easily fixed. While stitching the words I also realised that the flower head next to the tree trunk was one thread over too far and would have made the wording next to it out also, so I had to rip that out and redo. Luckily it wasn't a big flower. :) No matter how hard you try to get it right the first time, there's usually at least one mistake made that you discover later on.


I'm glad you're enjoying looking at my photos and thank you for the compliments on them. Although they're only progress pictures, I still try to make them interesting and appealing to the eye.


Hope you're all enjoying your weekend ~ happy stitching!

13 comments:

Márti said...

:))) Beautiful... :)))

Theresa said...

Your progress photos are never boring~~~ They are simply beautiful!!!

Dovilė said...

your progress so beautiful and fast:)

Loreta said...

Looks so beautiful!

Dianne said...

It's just gorgeous so far, Jane! Beautiful colors...I agree!

~ Stitchin Sweet Sue ~ said...

Greetings from New York State. You've a very lovely blog. I am following you now and will be back:) Love your kitty babies!

Sincerely, Sue

stitchinsweetsue@gmail.com

Melissa said...

Lovely lovely lovely!

Nataliya said...

Very beautiful colours! Your photos are really remarkable!
Many thanks for congratulations :o)

Natasha

Susan said...

It's looking lovely so far, Jane!

Jennifer said...

Beautiful LHN piece and your stitching is always perfect. You really get such good detailed pictures. What kind of camera do you have?

Jennifer

http://www.feathersinthenest.blogspot.com/

Deb said...

This is such a pretty piece. I love the color of the wording.

Snip said...

This is such a lovely and whimsical design. Nice progress!

Jane said...

Thank you for your wonderful comments ladies! Jennifer, my camera is a Canon Ixus 75. I do get some help with my photo software too.