I love that first doily -- lovely colors! Bummer on the ripping out. Sylvia is a cutie! (Mia doesn't like to have anyone touch her tummy. How strange!)
All so beautiful !!!!!
That's tough all the ripping out, I hate it when it happens to me. Love your doily, some one is going to be very lucky receiving the pink one. I like your idea to start something new on a Wednesday, makes a midweek boring day a bit more exciting.
Oh Michelle, I am so sorry for the booboo…I just hate when that happens…but "Names of Jesus" is coming along stunning despite the wee hiccup.Your doilies are breath taking! OH my word! I just love the colors…you are such an artist…wow!Miss Sylvia is looking quite lovely, as usual, and just the thing for a Dad that is not feeling well…we call that medic cat lol.Sending hugs and prayers that Jack is able to enjoy his stitching again, soon.HugsMa
Feel so sorry for Jack, hope h feels better soon. Your projects are lovely. Happy ripping, LOL. I seem to do a lot of that also. :)
Am so sorry your project needs a re-do. It is a reminder of our humility.Hugs to you, Jack & HRC Sylvia.
So sorry that you've got to do some ripping but I love the doilies and Jack is doing great job.
It always is a treat to see your beautiful needlework, and how much you accomplish!
You do such beautiful work. Hope the unpicking goes quickly for you, it is so tedious!Blessings to you,Bean
So, so beautiful! The colors of every project you choose just "bloom" and make me smile! Sorry about the re-stitching you'll need to do - I hate that "wait a minute, something isn't right" realization. One stitch (forwards or backwards) at a time...... :)
I would cry..then stuff it in a drawer....but I know you will be drawn to finish it..it is a beautiful piece. When we tickle our Lucy she wants to play then fight. :)
Sylvia could help pull them out! Beautiful work, Michele. You and Jack are the cat's meow!!
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