Just wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday season. Thought I would share a clip I made of my Christmas tree.
I started playing around with flowers on the tree years ago and made it a tradition to add something new every year since. There have been a lot of alterations and the final result is what I call "Victorian Rose".
Among the decorations are snow dusted roses, babies breath, beads, fruits, hummingbirds, butterflies, etc. You could say I got carried away.
I don't get many visitors so no one ever sees it but me so I hope you all don't mind my sharing it with you.
Blessings to all,
Tuesday, 18 November 2014
I finished Ruthy yesterday and could not wait to get this picture posted! This will need to wait untill after the holidays to get to the framer, but till then i am still going to enjoy looking at this one. I will miss stitching on this, it was very relaxing and enjoyable.
I always have two projects going, right now it is A 18th Century Flower Garden charted for the Winterthur museum by he Examplarery. I will work on this for a day or two before starting the Manifesto. I always have atleast one Scarlet Letter piece in the works now it is time to get the Manifesto going. Stitching one this size is a large commitment but it will be well worth the time!
i am in hopes i can continue to stitch six to eight hours every day so i can make good progress on this project. I am also going to commit to posting updates here every two weeks....lets see how that goes, lol!
Posted by Winderwoodfarm
Saturday, 15 November 2014
Wednesday, 5 November 2014
Posted by donnacrafts
My Maria Theresa progress so far....sorry for the photo quality....just so excited to share my first attempt with you all! Best,Theresa Lynn ;-)
Posted by Theresa Gilliam