Wednesday, October 29, 2014

WIP Wednesday

I've been working on various small projects this last week. I'm up to round 27 on my doily:

I made some hats for the Waxahachie Children's Home (one of our church ministries):
My cross stitch progress has been over the last month:




Collection: I finished the quilt and started stitching the cabinet.



Next Trick: I stitched a lot more of the toilet paper (yup, that's just as weird to type as it is to read!)




Lid Up: I stitched a lot more of the toilet.





September Bear: I'm almost finished with the center blue section.



February Bear: I finally finished all the patches and started stitching an arm.



March Bear: I stitched a lot of the patches and all of the buttons.



August Bear: I'm a little more than halfway finished stitching the center ecru section.



Sunflowers: Not much progress here. Just a few stitches on the third flower.

God So Loved: I stitched the word LOVE (except for the backstitching) and started working on the sky.
As you can see, my needle's been a lot busier than my hook this month. I'm hoping to find a better balance next month; I have a lot of crocheting to do before we start the Mini Rings of Change CAL.
Thanks for reading and looking.
Blessings :-)

Today's Inspiration

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14 comments:

  1. Yay! Look at your doily! You are doing great. I love that pale blue or gray color you are using. The cross stitch looks great too. Love the bear.

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    1. Thanks :-) Isn't it funny how colors look in pictures? It's actually a sage green. It is really pretty. The bear cross stitch patterns are my favorite.

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  2. Wow you have been crafting this week! I love everything you are working on. Hope you have a spooktacular week!
    Julie

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  3. You amaze me with all the projects you have managed to work on while taking care of your little bean. Have a relaxing evening. :)

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  4. All your projects are coming along beautifully. So many pretty cross stitch patterns. I like the hats you made for donation and your doily is going to be gorgeous. Have a nice evening, Heather

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  5. Busy as always Kate everything is coming on great, I am up to round 29 on the doily it seems to take forever to finish a round, what a pity we can't concentrate on one thing at a time haha xx

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    1. It's the only way I know how to be :-) Great progress on the doily! Yes, each round takes FOREVER!

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  6. Oh my Kate. You have made awesome progress on all these projects. They look great. Cute hats,

    Linda

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  7. Wow! Too many projects at one time for me, but it looks like you are handling it. I used to do cross-stitch but my eyes won't let me anymore.

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    1. I get bored too easily if I have too few projects. But on the other hand I'm a great starter but terrible finisher. Cross stitching is very hard on the eyes; I have to use a really bright light most of the time.

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