IHSW - September Conclusion
Another IHSW has gone past and I hope you all had a great, stitchy weekend. I worked Saturday again, as I do most third weekends of the month, but I still had some stitching time.
I managed to finish April on the Song of the Weather SAL:
Caron Watercolours and Wildflowers in Pale Lilac
So that's 4/12 months complete. Hardanger is interesting, but the wrapping is really hard on my wrists. I'm still much more comfortable with cross-stitching.
I even dug out a really old WIP from 2012 to work on:
And I've managed quite a bit. I'm tempted to keep going until I finish since it's very nearly there. Possibly another week of nightly stitching will get this one finished. The top right only needs back stitch so you can tell it's a poinsettia and the bottom left one needs finishing. There is a bit of work to be done in the bottom right corner as well, but a lot of it is half stitch, so it goes fairly quickly.
It was a little too warm for Princess and the Dragon until Sunday, but my wrists were sore from the hardanger and 28 count 1 over 1 is a bit of a challenge on the wrists sometimes too. This 16 count is a little easier.
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