After a week of gray skies and constant rain, the sun is out today. The temps have dipped some but still it's a great change to see the sun again.
The past week everyone in this neck of the woods stayed indoors unless it was absolutely necessary. I was able to make some progress on most of my projects.
I have almost completed page 1 of Christmas at Hollyberry Farm. Page one ends with letter P of the large alphabet on the right and the top portion of the roof at the bottom.
I will finish the roof this week then decide if I should continue with page 2 or drop down to page 3 and work on the house.
Next up is The Ann Bowers Sampler.
The suggested SAL schedule for February is to work through the carnation band and row 2 of the second alphabet.
So far I have a small start on the assignment for this month, not sure I will make it.
I am stitching along with Nicola and others on Scarlet Letter samplers this year. I started out with Margery Dean, a WIP and this past week added the Quaker Pincushions.
Getting the border in on Margery Dean has gone a little slowly but I did make it all the way to the right side. Here's hoping I have counted correctly.
On Saturday I pulled out a long ago stitched project and started the assembly. I am in need of some ribbon and a couple of buttons or beads to complete this project. Do you recognize it? Hope to have it complete by next post and include pictures then.
Thanks for stopping by,