Margaret Randolph

Margaret Randolph
Margaret Randolph stitched by Jenny

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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Mary Bailey 1818 Work in Progress


Here's a little more progress on Mary Bailey 1818. This little border had sooooo many leaves and took a little time, between that and riding my scooter here and there. I am excited to be onto more things and especially when I get to start the brick house. You can click on the bottom photo to see more of the border closeup.

7 comments:

Debbie Bauer said...

Your right so....many leaves but it is worth it - looking beautiful! Oh my, how exciting that you ride a scooter !

Bethany said...

Your Mary is really moving along. It is really going to be a beautiful sampler, when she is finished. She already is.....

Vera said...

Beautiful stitching. And, yes, what a lot of leaves!! Looking gorgeous...looking forward to progress pictures.

Elizabeth said...

I love the linen you have chosen Looking good. Your dining room has so much interest - no wonder you love it.

Lanie said...

Very pretty, Debby ... all the yellows and red ... very striking!
I'm enjoying your progress photos ... hoping to post my first of my 'Mary Baily' next week ... we'll see ;)

Cindy L said...

Oh, this is looking so beautiful!

Nicola said...

You always chose such lovely samplers to work Debbie. As always your stitching is exquisite.