Thursday, November 18, 2010

WIP...Howling at the Moon

This is what it looked like the last time I shared, at the beginning of October... And THIS is what it looks like now, after approximately 20 more hours work on it! I finished Page 2 and have started page 3!! It's amazing how much progress there is when you actually work on it!!! I have worked on it about 1 hour everyday this month....a little less, I have 16 in for the month. It seems the more I work on this the more I want to work on it!!! As I see the progress coming along it seems alot less daunting task!!! I LOVE these big ones!! And I have quite a few more in my stash, and last Wednesday was my birthday and so I have accrued some more stash money!!! I think I will be poppin' into "Kuston Krafts" Website and maybe ordering a few more! But.....with all the ones I still have to do, maybe I won't afterall! It seems like a great idea though!! Maybe I will save my pennies and after I finish this one, I will reward myself by buying more! We shall see!

12 comments:

Susan said...

I hope you will post a finished photo of the work framed! I can't wait to see. So much work goes into a fun project, the end result is always the best part!

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

Looking awesome. Keep up the great work.

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

That is beautiful!

Amarins said...

Wow, this is beautifull.
Greetings,
Amarins

Lynn said...

This really is a gorgeous piece and you've made great progress. I find I'm the same way...the more I work on one, the more I want to work on it.
You definitely need to reward yourself after this one!

Ranae said...

Looking good!!!!

Carolyn NC said...

Wow - looks great!

Tama said...

Oh, how very, very pretty!

Emily said...

Hi Lana!! I returned the follow!! I love this cross stitch!! Its BEAUTIFUL!!!!

Look forward to getting to know you!!

Emily!

Gwen said...

Great job1 Not sure I would be up to it. Looking forward to following your progress.

Thanks for following and commenting on my blog.

Meari said...

Wow, that's an awesome project.

Chrizette @ All the days of said...

This is beautiful and I can see lots of hours' work! I have always preferred working on the bigger pieces :)
I am so glad to have also found a cross stitching tweeter - I am following you there too :)
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