Sunday, May 22, 2011

I'm stuck!!

Well, I do think that the last time we talked (Not the last time, but I guess the time before that!) I mentioned I would work on "The Tree Branch", so I could share progress on it, however, it seems that my stitching mojo is much more inclined to work on Howling at the Moon, so I shall share new photos of it instead! I hope you are not getting too bored by watching progress on it, instead of other things, but what can I say? I'm stuck on it and I just want to spend hours on it, and have in the past week! So, here it is in all it's gorgeous stitched beauty! I really love this, and the more I work on it the more I want to work on it!!




And while I know I won't get page 6 completely finished this month, I know I am getting a fair amount of work in on it, and so feel good about that!! I'm stuck on this one, and I will not apologize!! LOL


And now for some info. I have been asked about where I found the Monkey I stitched for my friends baby sampler. It is called the Safari Baby sampler and was featured in the March 2010 issue of Cross-Stitch and Needlework Magazine. I only stitched the monkey, but the whole thing looks like this! Had I more time I woulda tried to do the whole thing, I think it's adorable!
This photo doesn't do it much justice, but the colors are really bright and gorgeous!!


Well, that is all for me today folks! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend filled to the brim with friends, fun, family and stitching!!

8 comments:

Joyce Clark Frank said...

Howling at the Moom is wonderful.
I don't get tired of looking at your progress.
It will be a treasure when finished.

country stitcher said...

I enjoy seeing your progress on howling at the moon, you are doing great on it. How is your little one doing we have not seen any update of her lately?
Denise

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

Both are coming along beautifully!!!

Lillie said...

That's a great progress on Howling Moon, looking enchanting too. The birth sampler IS so adorabe. Lucky baby! Loved the beach scene, I think you've captured it beautifully.

jhm said...

Thanks for the info on the monkey!

Jackie
http://needleworkerssamplings.blogspot.com/

Donna said...

I love watching this project go. You should keep on going with it as long as you want, it is never boring to see update piccys!

Lynn said...

It's a good piece to be stuck on. Your progress is fantastic!
The baby sampler is adorable. Just stitching the monkey was a great idea for a quick stitch. I'll bet they loved it.

cross stitch kits said...

love your wolves! seems not too long now...nearly there and you will finish it soon