Wednesday, 27 January 2010


Aurelia did a draw of a name yesterday and the winner of the travelling pattern is:

Congratulations, I have sent you an email and will send it out as soon as I have your details.

On another note, I have done a little more stitching, I finished my section of Edgar's Emblem Of Love RR and it has been posted off to Carol.

I stitched a little more on Rites Of Spring by Blackbird Designs.

I did stitch more on Hannah Lancaster by The Porcupine Collection, although it doesn't look like it. I stitched a whole stack more on the house. There are a lot of bricks in this house and I am about one quarter of the way through.

I also spent time stitching on my LHN RR, but I will show that on my next post as I need some advice on what I should do with the border.


Jackie said...

You've been busy! Your LHN RR border dilemma has me intrigued. Follow your instincts.

Kim B said...

Beautiful RR stitching! Your other projects look great too Suzanne!

KarenV said...

Everything you've been working on looks lovely Suzanne :)

Siobhan said...

Suzanne, I love all your projects! I need to get cranking on another BBD, I miss working on them. I have one to finish up, maybe this will give me the kick in the pants that I need, having seen your pretty WIP. Love your work on Hannah, too, and the RR--omg. Gorgeous!

Brigitte said...

Both your WIPs look so nice, particularly the BBD one. And I'm very curious what the other one will look like when you have stitched more.

Dani - tkdchick said...

Wow Edgar's RR is just lovely! Nice to see you're finding lots of stitching time lately!

Mylene said...

Beautiful progress you have made on both projects.

Crazee4books said...

Hi Suzanne,

I'm spending this sunny Saturday
afternoon stitching and blogging.
The temperature outside is around
-11 Celsius, which is pretty darn
cold. Especially so since last
Sunday we got all the way up to
+6 Celsius. So hibernating and
stitching the day away seems like
a good plan, don't you think???

Edger's Emblem of Love RR has
a beautiful color palate,
judging from your photo. It's
always fun to see Quaker motifs
stitched in many different colors
as well as in just one or two.

Your Rites of Spring project is
looking great too. Such pretty pastel colors. And Hannah
Lancaster's brick house is
getting built, brick by brick.
You weren't kidding when you
said that this is a big house.
It will look fabulous when it's
done though.

Can't wait to see what you're
doing with your LHN RR.


Lynn said...

I love your current WIP and can't wait to see more. Edgar's RR is really lovely so far too.

Anonymous said...

Edgar's RR is looking really gorgeous - love the colours! Your other WIPs are coming along well too :)

Linda said...

I love all your projects..especially Rites Of Spring...looking forward to seeing it bloom. BBD are some of my favorites...hugs, Linda

KaLu said...

wow you have been busy! all your wip's look great!

Michelle said...

Hi! You are a busy stitcher.. love the BBD Rites of Spring.. I think they are my favorite designer right now.

The Scarlett House said...

Suzanne, the colors on your RR section are fantastic together. Hannah Lancaster is on my list of samplers to eventually do. I'll look forward to seeing yours come alive.

Margit said...

I guess you have more time again to do your pretty stitching. All of them look real lovely!