It’s finished! I finished it up last night, just in time to reach my goal to finish it by the end of the month. I love this sampler so much! It is just yummy. I wish I could get a more accurate photo of the colors, so that you can see how truly bright and beautiful it really is in person. Here’s a close-up of my favorite part.
I love the little star stitches above the meringue, I love the yellow cream beads too. Such a fun stitch. If you are wanting to stitch one of her samplers, definitely do it. It is so worth it. And she has a freebie on her website too, Chocolate Covered Cherries, just in time for Valentine’s Day!
I will be starting on the Barnabee’s Quest SAL tonight, and just finished ironing my fabric. Barnabee will be my Thursday piece in my rotation, and I am going to be starting Just Nan’s Baby Garden to replace Lemon Meringue. I’m stitching this one for my Goddaughter. So, with my SAL, my RR and Baby Garden, I may be overloading on Just Nan pieces. But, I think they will move quickly, if my RR is any indication. Speaking of my RR, I just received the next piece to stitch on, so I’ll have to take a look at that over the weekend and figure out a gameplan.
Well, I’m off to stitch. Can’t wait to see what my SAL mates get stitched on their pieces! We had snow today, so it’s a perfect night to sit inside and cozy up with a garden sampler.
Walk to Rivendell: Climb a steep slope. Pippin yawns “Nearly midnight”. Camp – In a firwood just over top of the hill. Sleep by a large tree. Fox sees them. Eat at campsite. Water from a stream at the foot of the hill. A little fall where the water fell a few feet over an outcrop of grey stone. After 10:00 a.m. when leave. (Total Miles Walked: 18.5)
I am grateful for being sore after yoga.