Thursday, 18 June 2009

Poppies 4


I'll be so glad when this is finished.

I'm going to do something smaller next time.

11 comments:

Jen said...

Well done. It looks like you are on the home stretch. Do you have any plans for what you are going to do next? Following up from your comment on my blog Mary Wigham is approx 20" x 20" but a quick stitch as there are not so many colour changes. Chatelains vary in size, have lots of colour changes, beads and speciality stitches. I am enjoying doing both.

Not Waving but Drowning said...

I do love the Mary Wigham.

I'll be like a kid in a sweetshop when I've finished the poppies though because I've seen some wonderful designs on here.

GG

Dawn said...

This is such a lovely piece, I am sorry to hear you are not enjoying it. You are doing a beautiful job.

grannyanne said...

It really looks lovely. We are off to France next week where we should see many poppies in the fields. Poppies are our flowers of remembrance in the UK. I am really looking forward to seeing it finished.

Flo said...

We have some poppies out in the garden at the moment and they look lovely. Your design is really pretty and will be well worth all the effort. Congrats on your super progress. Looking forward to your next post. Happy stitching.

Sherry said...

It is awesome! I love seeing your progress.

Karen said...

Looks good! Hope to see a finish soon.

Susan said...

It's gorgeous! I'm cheering you on to the finish!!

Not Waving but Drowning said...

Thanks everyone.

I do enjoy doing it really, but I'm itching to start something new,

GG

CindyMae said...

It is looking amazing!

Dancing With Pussycats said...

This is such a gorgeous piece and your stitching is so nice. I'm sorry you're finding this so cumbersome but your progress is so enjoyable to watch. I know you're looking forward to finishing this. I'm looking forward to your finish too!