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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Progress Everywhere!

I'm making great progress on my current cross stitch project...


This is the first of two patterns in the current Just CrossStitch magazine.  There will be two more in the next issue.  I think I'm going to do all four and frame them for my kitchen.


Meanwhile, I've finished my project for the Tree Bird hop....I'll be posting on March 19th, and I'm almost finished with my project for the Latte hop and I'm working on Tea for Two!  I'm so ahead I'm amazing myself.  :)

34 comments:

Mdm Samm said...

you are stitching beyond amazing...love the cup with the dill herb..xx

Terry said...

Your cross stitch is so pretty! And I love the forsythia blooms! We're still a long way from any signs of spring here.

em's scrapbag said...

Nice. Looking forward to your progress. I think they will look great in your kitchen.

Carolina said...

wow!iT'S WONDERFUL!Carolina

Carol said...

You've really gotten a lot stitched on this pretty design! Enjoy :)

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

That is very pretty. Can't wait to see your projects.

Barb said...

What a nice stitching job on this pretty design!

Kyle said...

The pattern you're working on is super cute and those forsythia look like a wonderful sign of spring! Lucky you!

creativity amongst chaos said...

Marlene, your stitching looks just perfect. I am loving this design too. So perfect for a kitchen. Can't wait to see your hop designs. Hugs, ~Cori

Julie Fukuda said...

Just lovely! That kind of progress is the best encouragement to continue.

Brigitte said...

Wow, you have been stitching up a storm. It's looking wonderful.

maria demina said...

I do like this design! And love to see your progress too!

Dorian said...

Looking good Marleene! It's so nice to be ahead, isn't it :)

Mary said...

Your stitching is beautiful. I like your idea of framing them.So pretty

paulette said...

Beautiful stitching...BUT look at what it's on top of!! WOW!! Gorgeous!!

Needled Mom said...

I love the stitching!!! It looks so pretty and will make a great collection for the kitchen decor.

Robin said...

Very nice progress; I really like that checkerboard teacup!

Robin in Virginia

Michaele said...

I just love this one! A thing of beauty is a joy forever.

Teatime Creations said...

What a sweet pattern. Lovely.

Irene said...

che bello, sta venendo benissimo!

Annie said...

I saw those designs in JCS and thought they were really pretty. Look even nicer in your stitched up photo. I love they way you use a magnets to attach the chart to your work!

Vickie said...

Your stitching is lovely and makes a person happy when you look at it. Such cuteness ! Those would be beautiful framed !

krislovesfabric said...

Such a beautiful stitching, and those blooms really make me smile.

Meari said...

That is adorable!

Scrapatches said...

Looking beautiful, Marlene! ... :) Pat

Cathy said...

Cute, cheerful pattern Marlene! Can`t wait to see the rest of the set!

Welcome to the Garden of Egan said...

That is so beautiful! I love cross stitch. It is a relaxing activity.

You are an amazing lady and example to show us all not to waste time.

Анна Гончарова said...

Очень красиво! Желаю удачного продолжения!

KaHolly said...

Wow! It looks amazing!

De borduurvrouw said...

Your stitching is lovely! Unfortunately Just Cross Stitch Magazine is not for sale in my country.
You inspired me for cleaning my blinds too, it took me almost three hours. Love, Nienke

Carin said...

Its a beautiful design, that will look great in your kitchen !

Hilda said...

This is a very pretty design, indeed! I love the black and white with the fresh green of the herbs.
Thank you for sharing!

Hugs
Hilda

Frances N said...

Very pretty!

Preeti said...

Very cute design :) I am visiting you for the first time.
I saw the way you have put the chart on the Q-snap, is it a magnet or a pin you have attached it with? I am using this frame for the first time and its quite difficult to put up the chart on my iPad stand.