WIP Wednesday

I hope you all had a Happy Halloween! Jo was at it again with her blog hop and check it out here if you haven't tried for the sweet prizes. I forgot to mention which one I'd like to win, but I think the Imaginating design is the coolest. 

I realized I didn't really have any new Halloween stitching besides the Palko lap monthly stitch in orange and black, so I showed one from 2015 that I love! And still need to make into a pillow. 

On to current WIPs though! 

The Lakeside Needlecraft Specialty Stitches SAL will be over this Friday when part 6 comes out. I can't wait! I finished Part 5:

I'm stitching this one over one on 28 ct Realgar by Chromatic Alchemy with a club thread. I've almost used one entire skein, so that's pretty impressive. I'm using waste knots and hope to clean this up after part 6 is complete. :)

Fishing is coming along as well and is starting to look like something now:

I still have a decent amount to complete and hopefully I can get a few good evenings of stitching in this weekend for this one and Covered Bridge. 

I hope you all had fun yesterday and time to buckle down for Xmas! :)

Happy Stitching!

Tiffstitch

Comments

  1. Beautiful progress on both pieces. That thread on the SAL is just amazing.

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  2. You are doing so well with this SAL! It looks lovely.
    I really like the sepia design too.
    Have fun with your stitching :)

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  3. The rainbow effect on your specialty stitch SAL is amazing. Can’t wait to see it finished.

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    1. Thank you! I can' t wait either. It might even be out around midnight tonight. :)

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  4. Ugh Xmas...can't we just have post-Halloween instead? Geez, all those different kind of stitches make my brain hurt! I can't believe how amazing they all are! I am NEVER going there though...not enough guts!

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  5. Fishhing is looking great.Looking forward to seeing your finished SAL :)

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  6. Lovely!!
    I just signed up for the Bands Sampler by this company. Are you doing that one too?

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    1. I'm not actually, I'm not a huge sampler person. It is nice so far, but I have too many other WIPs. I couldn't resist trying the specialty stitches though. I do have their Halloween SAL and Fantasy SAL and Under the Sea SAL though!!

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  7. Tiffany: They are both lovely designs.

    Blessings
    Catherine

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  8. Your SAL piece is amazing Tiffany! Fishing is looking good too.

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  9. Good progress on both the projects. The SAL piece is almost done.

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  10. Looking forward to seeing whats in the middle of your SAL

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  11. Thanks for the Blog Hop shoutout, I think I managed to stump most people until the end this year!
    Love the way the rainbow thread is working out for the Speciality SAL.

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  12. Lovely progress! The rainbow colours are working really nicely for the speciality stitches.

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