IHSW - March Conclusion

IHSW is over for another month. Check out everyone's stitching over at Random Ramblings.

Apparently I'm feeling flighty lately because I kept switching projects this weekend. I did a small amount of work on White Wolves and took it out of the Qsnaps to finish some of the back stitch and take a photo of the entire piece so far. 

I worked most of the time on WW Tribal Basset. I'm really enjoying how it's coming together, although I think I'm going to be short 2 skeins of the thread I'm using, WDW Mascara. Since I'm also short 2 skeins for my Alphabet Bears at least this will be enough for an order once I get my tax return. 

Here's where WW Basset is at now, and I managed to get a better photo of the fabric:

I'm almost at the very back and will begin his back leg soon. I'd like to finish this within the next week or so if possible, but then I decided to get a few cards made for Easter since I let St. Patrick's Day slip by without making anything. 

The first one is stitched with Waterlilies Peach Melba and I think it's the perfect colour for an Easter Egg. The design is a free one from Passion Broderie and I read about the site on Cross Stitch Review. I think it will take a couple more days if not longer. 


Hope everyone had a great IHSW!

Tiffstitch


Comments

  1. Lots of great progress on your pieces. I just love the wolves, they look fantastic!!

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  2. Lovely progress Tiffany. I love the Peach Melba floss.

    Linda

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  3. Lots of random stitching this weekend!! They all look great. I remember stitching the white wolves many years ago. I still have never stitched on black fabric again!! It looks great, but will make you go blind:)

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    1. :) I think that may be why it's been 10 years or so and it's still unfinished.

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  4. Great projects all - love the wolves in particular.

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  5. Wonderful progress! I'm always flighty with my stitching; can't focus on just one thing.

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    1. It keeps it interesting this way too. :)

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  6. Great progress! Love that Caron silk you are using, such vibrant colours, can't wait to see the finish!

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  7. Very nice progress!
    Oh, that is a bright egg. Will be beautiful!
    Love you fabric on Bassett

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    1. Thank you! And it's something from Silkweaver's, but I forget the colour.

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