As mentioned in my last post, Karen was sending a couple of my Rosewood Manor models back, and last week I had the fun of opening the big box to see which ones they were. The first was Bucklebury Sampler, which is probably one of my favorites:
The second was Spring Has Come, which was released as a three-part mystery:
This one was done on a pre-printed fabric from Fabric Flair called Yorkshire Roses, which was neat to work with:
Last week I was able to finish up JBW Designs French Country Witch, which I stitched on a SW Swirling Storms Belfast remnant using Silk'n Colors Limehouse (I still need to iron it, so excuse the wrinkles):
I've been working on the Tempting Tangles model since last Thursday, but I did take yesterday off to work on Deb's Welcome SAL. She has a FB group for this 16-part stitch-along; you pay $5 for the whole thing, and post in the group as you progress (you don't have to be in the group to get the charts, just contact Deb at firstname.lastname@example.org). Two parts have been released so far, and I was able to get caught up in one day:
I'm having fun playing with colors on this one; it lends itself nicely to personalization.
Hope everyone has a great stitchy week!