Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Update and a small start on a small project

Okay so I seriously need to pick up my textbooks and put down the stitching. So tonight I vow to make a serious dent in my school work before I pick up the needle again!


But here is my HAED update, Sleepy Spring:



Here is a small project I was gifted by Deborah (I have not figured out how to make this clickable with her name yet... hmmm I need blogger help! lol) anyways at first I thought, "Oh no! I can't do this it has beads!" GASP But I keep seeing all these wonderful smalls created into beautiful finishes and I want to learn how to do those as well! I can't learn if I just let it sit! So anyways this one has good instructions and in the end it can be a pin or a magnet, and the beads do not look too hard, though I have yet to put one on yet as it says to do all the cross stitching first. I'm having fun with this one too! Oh it will be a wreath and its kinda strange material, like plastic sort of, which will allow me to cut out the middle.








Last but someone had asked me what teacher pattern I was going to be doing when I get my order from 123 stitch






OH one more because he is so cute! My 5 year old Jacob! :) (I have to laugh here he is so tan! My daughter has fair fair skin and he's so tan always! Next time I'll snap a picture of her, however she's 12 and it is not so cool now to get your picture taken!)

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful stitching.
    I can help you with your blogger questions.

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  2. Nice stitching. To create a link, all you do is highlight the word you want linked to a website, then click on the icon that looks like a world with a paperclip, a box will pop up where you type in the website. Click OK and viola! It's linked.

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  3. The stitching looks great, and you'll find when you get to them that beads are easy peasy (certainly easier than french knots!) :-)

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  4. Your HAED is coming right along. Hard to put school first when you know what is waiting to be worked on!

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  5. What a cutie pie!

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  6. Nice stitching! One of my DD's was really a 'tan' child also and rest very fair. I always teased her when she was an adult that she was switched at birth. Luckly they all know my twisted sence of humor! LOL

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  7. Your stitching is great. Beads are easy. I felt the same way you did when I first did them :)

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