Sunday, July 26, 2015

July Stitch From Stash

Time for the first post of the

 This challenge is hosted by Mel at Epic Stitching

This month I have not had lots of stitchy time or even the desire to pick up my needle. Hopefully that will change soon because I have MOUNTAINS of things that I want to do.  I did manage to get some stitches in at the beginning of the month though! 

Here is my July report...



WIPs worked on:
Shades of Blue
before

and after...
.
This was my page finish.
I now have 4 pages of 12 completed!

The Wizard of Oz
before

and after

New Starts from Stash:
Months SAL

Started and
finished in July

I guess I got in more stitches
than I thought for July!

Hope you had a successful month
of spending within your budget!

See you at the end of August
with another SFS Report!

12 comments:

Bea said...

You're off to a great start with SFS Part 2. Love Shades of Blue - blue is my favourite colour and this pattern really shows so many shades beautifully. Oz looking good as well and Yay for the finish!

gominam said...

Shades of blue looks stunning. You've done great progress on Wizard of Oz too! Well done on all your WIPs:)

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

Great job! The Wizard of Oz piece is really coming along. It's fun to watch it grow!

Dani - tkdchick said...

Shades of blue is looking great! You got a lot done both on it and Oz!

Heather said...

Great progress!

Annie said...

Beautiful stitching! Your progress always amazes me:)

Brigitte said...

Nice projects you have worked on this month. And a good SFS challenge for you!

Librarystitcher said...

You are off to a wonderful start with the SFS challenge. I, too, seem to have to find time to pick up my needle.

Kate said...

Great SFS report! You made some amazing progress, and your finish is beautiful.

Mii Stitch said...

As always, lovely progress!!

Meari said...

Looks like you're making progress! I haven't had much time for stitching either.

Karen said...

Shades of Blue is beautiful! I'm not sure I'd have the patience to do something like that. Looking forward to seeing progress on your other things too.