Sunday, April 10, 2016

It's Spring...sort of

The weather has been all over the place here on the east coast.  We have had 70's one day and snow the next.  Last night was near 20.  I am hoping that the colors of spring jump out of hiding soon.  I have been busy with work, bike shop, house and the dreaded tax day deadline.  I have done some model stitching this month and enjoyed a few stitches for myself as well.

A quick pic of the back yard as the storm was clearing.  I love the contrast of the blue against white but don't be mistaken I don't like the snow.


I finished the box top to Shepherds Bush the Fold.   I may have already shared this but I love that the colors are so cheerful.

Worked on my Jackie Du Plessis Class project.  Queen M's Pomander.  Making progress, a bit slowly but progress is progress.

Added a roof to Ms Baxters House

Quick stitch design by Lizzie Kate


A club kit finish.  Design by Heartstring Samplery.  Exclusive club kit for Ladies Prim Club provided by Dyeing to Stitch.  Gotta love those club kits.

I hope you enjoyed the photo walk.  
Happy Stitching!





8 comments:

Maggie said...

Love the stitching and the snow photo too :-)

We have had some lovely Spring sunshine today, although it's still not that warm, i've just put the heating on for a bit now we are sitting down.

Robin in Virginia said...

What a lovely snowy picture you shared! As much as I love winter, it is time for spring to take control. What super stitching you featured in this post!

Robin said...

Stitching is beautiful and so it the snow and water. Pretty!

Vickie said...

Yes, I very much enjoyed this photo walk. So glad to see a post by you.

Marilyn said...

Your weather looks just like ours. :)
Great projects.
Love the Fold box top.
Marilyn

Maggee said...

Yes, I did enjoy the walk through your current projects! Thanks for sharing with us!

Sarah in Stitches said...

Absolutely gorgeous stitching! I love the colors in Queen M's Pomander - so pretty :D

diamondc said...

Nataly: I love the Shepherds Bush Fold series.
All your stitching is beautiful.
A Jackie Du Plessis is on my bucket list of teachers to take a class from, you are so lucky.
Ick snow.

Blessings
Catherine