Progress no. 3 and completed, you ask? Yup. That’s right.
I can’t believe how quickly I stitched this project. Even the beading at the end didn’t get to me. I guess her sizing had something to do with it. I’m used to stitching larger pieces. Bluebell was a bit smaller than the typical larger ones, and this one was even smaller. A bonus in my eyes. I finally feel like I’m making progress in my own home collection. It feels great to be stitching for myself vs. making a gift for someone else. Not that I mind, but it seems that the last two or three years of stitching have been solely for gift purposes.
Here’s my progression:
I believe there were two or three days where I forgot to take pictures, so I think it’s safe to say that this project took approximately 14 days to complete.
I like to to hunker down in the evenings once dinner has been made and had and clean-up is complete. I plop myself in front of the TV and start stitching. I make most of my progress over the weekends where I have a good four to five hours to stitch on Saturday and Sunday. I suspect my stitching time will be greatly reduced once the spring and summer weather rolls around.
My next project is Tiger Lilly.