Sunday, November 30, 2014

My Sunday Stitchy Update...

Not much going on here except that it is VERY COLD and it may be going down as one of the top 10 coldest Novembers in Illinois history. Not my idea of a record I thought it would be fun to break but what do I know.

We had a beautiful Thanksgiving - it is nice when the whole family is home spending a great day together with some fantastic food and enjoying each other's company.

This week I have been stitching on The Wizard of Oz.  I really wanted it finished by Christmas, realistically I don't think that is going to happen but I am going to give it my best shot!!

Here is how it looks today -


Wizard of Oz
Cross Stitch Gold Mag / July 2012
Designer - Lesley Teare
Progress as of 11/30/14

Let's see how it looks next Sunday...
hopefully I will get in lots of stitching time this week.

Thanks for taking a peek at my stitching
see ya next week with another faithful update!

10 comments:

Berly said...

Its looking pretty good to me!! It was pretty cold here to be walking around outside & making ornaments, decorating Christmas cookies, etc. But, it was still lots of fun!!

Meari said...

Looks good, Faith.

I agree.... It's sooo cold.

Heather said...

It's looking great! It's been really hot here in Florida. Today it was in the upper 70s but I wish it was cold. I Grew up in Colorado and am used to snow.

Annie said...

It's looking great! If you don't have it finished by Christmas it won't be long after.

Linda said...

You have some great progress Faith. Looks like its almost done.

Linda

Bea said...

Looks great. If not Christmas, certainly a 2014 finish.

Deb said...

Soooooo pretty! Cheering you on for a finish!

The Crafty Princess said...

Meanwhile on the other side of the world we are experiencing one of the HOTTEST summers on record. I would much prefer your current weather.

Good luck this month with Wizard, it looks fantastic so far!
xo Alicia

Lulu said...

Beautiful stitching Faith! I think you can meet your deadline Wizard of Oz is looking really good.

Clare - Aimetu said...

Lovely work on your Wizard