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Monday, November 30, 2009

Wooo Hoo! Stitching!

Tonight I felt a little too battered and bruised to go into Taekwon-Do for class, also tired, and I had a migraine coming on. So it was nap time when I got home! I did also take advantage of the evening at home to stitch.

This evening I decided to work on Michael Powell's Mini Cottages 6, I've stitched one Michael Powell a year for the last few years. Since tomorrow is December, I guess I'd better focus on this piece!


Here's where it stands as of tonight.
Thank you to everyone who left me comments of congratulations! That means a lot to me, and for many of you to recognize how much work went into the testing process!

11 comments:

Kathy A. said...

Whohoo stitching!!!! You go girl!

Christine said...

Great start, I love Michael's designs but I've not stitched one yet

Alice said...

I am sorry you aren't feeling well, but glad that it led to some quality stitching time. I can't wait to see this one grow; I love the colours already. Belated Congrats on your testing, you sure did work hard.

Giovanna said...

Pretty colours! Look forward to following this one.

Bonnie Brown said...

It is looking good Dani!
Can't wait to see your progress on this one

Chiloe said...

Lookign at your hand and arm, I'm surprised you can still stitch :-D

Annette said...

Thanks for visting my blog and leaving a comment. What a lovely piece are you stitching

mollycaff said...

Looks like it takes more than a bruised and battered arm to keep you from stitching LOL. I like the look of Michael Powell designs (particularly as he's based in Wales, about an hour away from where I live) but the backstitching puts me off slightly. I'll look forward to seeing your progress on this one!

Wanda said...

Your mini cottage is so pretty and delicate and soft. What a wonderful thing our passions are. They make up part of who we are. And I really have enjoyed getting to know you through them

claudia said...

I can barely get through a short workout on my Wii Fit! I am amazed at the forces you use when doing your Taekwon-Do! Rest up!!!
Can't wait to see your little Michael Powell's cottage. I still would love to do one of his designs. They are so cute!

Kajsa said...

What a cute new start, I like the colors. Feel better soon!