Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Don't faint...........but I finished something!




Really!! I did-and what is more I am posting about it. It's "The Sampler Sampler"by Brightneedle-stitched over one on 32ct lugana (what was I thinking?). There are 28 different colours (mostly Anchor) and the stitch count is 105 square. There's a lot of work in that tiny piece (it's about 8 cm square) but it looks lovely and I'm happy with it. I started this mumble years ago-well before I contemplated stitching a HAED (which are usually stitched over one and are huge).

We all survived the holidays-more about them another post as I have to go to the post office and school shortly, but one of the major things that happened here was that it rained. And rained. For a few days even. We ended up with about 100mm or 4 inches in the old measurements. There are more showers forecast for later this week so it's looking good. I will have to look up what rain we've had in the last year, but it's not been good.

5 comments:

2paw said...

Dear Leonie, I am sitting down and having a cup of tea to ward off any possible fainting!! Thank you for leaving a comment and the Do Not Call information, I really appreciate your de-lurking!!! I plan to register ASAP. What beautiful cross stiching you do, so fine and delicate!! I am so glad you have had rain, we are having our first proper rain since I don;t know when!! It rained all yesterday and it is still raining today. It's wonderful isn't it!!

Aussie Stitcher said...

Leonie that looks wonderful. I live in south western NSW and we got about an inch of much needed rain last week end. We need so much more though.

Mel in Dubai said...

Oh my gosh, I think I actually remember you starting this one!!

Congrats on the finish and yay for the rain!!

Jejune said...

Your sampler looks brilliant! I have several big cross-stitch projects sitting in a box under my bed which I started 12 years ago, and are only about 2/3 done 0_o

Thanks for commenting on my Blog, and the Knit Picks shop tip :)

bells said...

Congratulations on a lovely finish!