Sunday, February 25, 2018

My Sunday Stitchy Update 02/25/18

Hi there!

I hope everyone is well. I know a few of you are recovering from the flu so I hope you are feeling better! Thankfully I missed that.

This week the next piece up in the WIP Box was a piece from 2014! It was easy to pick up right where I was because this piece doesn't have many colors or an intricate design.

This is where I was in March of 2014

Rose of Sharon
Design Connection

 and here is where I am now!
First Stitch 01/10/12
Progress as of 02/25/18

I swear, every piece I stitch becomes my new favorite and this one is no exception!

I will be back in a few days with this month's WIPocalypse
It is delayed for a couple of days due to the Olympics. 

If you would like to participate, please follow the link above!

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


Brigitte said...

It's a great feeling to pick a new project from the WIP box and stitch on it, sometimes after a long while. No wonder that each new WIP becomes a new favorite of yours :)
Nice progress on this one.

Linda said...

Wonderful progress Faith. I thought about pulling out an old piece each week to work on but decided that was a bad plan. Your doing great.


Justine said...

Beautiful stitching Faith. That really is so pretty. I don't know how you can bear to put these lovely projects away after just one week.

Rachel said...

Sometimes projects don't need to be fussy or intricate to look lovely, and this is one of them; such delicate colours and such a delicate design. :)

diamondc said...

Hi Faith: This is a lovely design.
I am the same way whatever piece I am working on is the one I like best.


Lili said...

Well, I'm one that is recovering from the flu :)

Your WIP is gorgeous, Faith! How wonderful colours! Love your progress!

RJ said...

Wonderful and beautiful stitch Faith. I love the design and soft and pretty. You are doing such a great job. Can't wait to see it all done. RJ@stitchingfriendsforever

Katie said...

Great progress!