Monday, January 31, 2011

Current WIP's

Olde Settlement by Primitive Needle with called for Belle Soie silks on I don't remember the name linen


Magic Garden Sampler by Shakespeare's Peddler on 30 count Creme Brulee linen with GAST fiber's.


Tombstone Spots by Primitive Needle on 32 count PTP Heritage linen with Weeks fibers


Well I have practically missed January! It has been a busy new year filled with appointments, illness and work, work and more work. So not a lot of progress on these, but I will get there. I am enjoying Tombstone spots, I started this awhile ago and picked it up again this month. I didn't join the January challenge but I think that I could have easily since I have had major startitis. There are so many projects just screaming Sharon "pick me!"
Anyway, I am hoping to do better with posting. I am also hoping to put up a trade/sale blog soon because the stash is a little much. I am off to do the never ending list of things we women do, thanks for stopping by!

24 comments:

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

That is going to be very pretty!

Kathy A. said...

Oh what lovely new starts and such scrumptious colors.

Carol said...

Olde Settlement looks like such a fun piece to stitch, Sharon! Really cute :)

Terry said...

Stitching looks lovely as always. Hope things settle down for you soon. Life gets crazy sometimes and we need to sit and stitch to relax. lol

mainely stitching said...

I was just telling Niek tonight that January was about 15 minutes long, but filled with about 3 months' worth of obligations and chores. Phew.

Your new starts are gorgeous!!!

cathymk said...

Love your WIP's Sharon - some lovely work there!

Nancy said...

Enjoy your beautiful choices! I have been staring at The Olde Settlement ever since it was released but just can't decide. It does look like a fun stitch!

Pumpkin said...

Nice to see you posting again Sharon!

You picked some lovely pieces to start :o) Can't wait to see more.

Elaine said...

There all such pretty pieces Sharon, look forward to more up-dates!

Pointed Stitcher said...

Your WIP's look great!!

Barb said...

I'd really like to stitch Magic Garden also. Looking forward to your progress! And by the way, I love Santa in your last post.

Sally said...

Lovely WIPs there Sharon. I love the look of Magic Garden.

Meari said...

Your WIPs look good, Sharon.

Karoline said...

They look lovely, great progress

Bette said...

All of your stitching is lovely but I especially like the Old Settlement. Very pretty!

Carolyn NC said...

I love all of these, Sharon! Great progress!

Margaret said...

What a bunch of lovely new starts Sharon. Looking forward to seeing progress reports.

Brigitte said...

Your three new projects are all so lovely. Isn't is a wonderful feeling when you start something new?

Scattered Threads said...

Hello Sharon,
How are you darling? Your stitching looks wonderful. I am loving the look on old settlement. Hope you will catch a break soon from work. Looking forward to seeing more of your stitching love.
Thanks for visiting. The arctic blast here has me behinder more than ever.
Take care and hugs.
Jackie.

Dani - tkdchick said...

Your WIPs are lovely and each different from the other.

Joy said...

Sharon, you have done some wonderful pieces! I am looking forward to your seeing your WIPs as they grow. Love the blog layout too!!

Karin said...

Great Progress!

Chelle said...

I like all three of these! You have a knack for finding the best designs - some of those I've never noticed before. :-)

stitcherw said...

Fun WIP's, hard to pick which one to spend time on I'll bet. Loved your earlier post of the finishes too, Britty Kitty was my favorite, and your Santa showed them off perfectly for you. Hopefully I'll get some startitis soon, I seem to have lost all my stitching mojo lately. Sometimes life just seems to throw more at you than you can handle, or at least handle well. However, starting to bounce back a bit now. Thanks for checking on me.
Sue