Allergies are still getting the best of me, but I managed to sit down last night and stitch on Quaker Garden. Here is my progress so far.
I finally got to use the Red Pear thread, and I love the look of the five colors all together. My flash really washed this out – so pay no attention to how grey the fabric looks. I’ve been checking in on every one’s progress who’s stitching this for the SAL – and they all look great. The only thing I can say is that I feel like the slowest stitcher in the world. I intend to stitch on this some more tonight though, so maybe I can make a little more progress. I love this design though! I am off to get my allergy shots this morning, so hopefully that will help!
I am grateful that I have the ability to stitch as it brings me so much joy!
I love your progress, Michelle. I have been looking at everyone’s progress too. It seems that lots of stitchers are doing this at the moment. 🙂
I think you’ll have competition for the slowest stitcher award. 😉 It’s looking really nice, though! I hope the allergy shots buy you some relief.
Lovely progress Michelle!
I must admit, I’m at a point with this design where I seem to be stitching and stitching and making very little progress. It’s growing slowly though and I’m still loving it.
Eclecticmk - Margie
Looks lovely! And your Red Pear is so nice, none of the yardage I purchased seem to have much color change (that’s the luck of the draw I guess) but your’s is great! 🙂
It’s looking beautiful!! This one is such a pleasure to stitch.
Your sampler looks beautiful!
I sometimes feel like the slowest stitcher, too. It usually takes me months or even years to finish a project.
You are not the slowest stitcher. I think that I take that prize. Your work looks great!
Beautiful Michelle, this design is so lovely and I am enjoying watching the progress of everyone in this SAL.
Don’t worry that you are slow, you are getting it done. I am not the fastest stitcher in the world either and I manage to get a few things done each year.
QG is looking great and I hope you get your allergies under control.
Oh gosh no! You are not a slow stitcher!!
Michelle, trust me the slow stitcher award on QG goes to me! You are doing great!