Here she is, my Elizabeth Sheffield all finished! I finished her last weekend just in time for the Sampler Guild of the Rockies meeting. I brought her just to show a few friends who have been following my progress on her and ended up getting lots of nice compliments on her and showed her during the show and share portion of the meeting. I've already ordered a frame and will post another picture when she's in her frame and up on the wall.
I just love the bright colors in this piece and for those who don't know, I stitched her using 35 count WDW Straw linen and the called for DMC threads. I did make one minor color change but don't have that in front of me at the moment. I changed the centers of the pink flowers under the brown bird to just mute it down a tad. I haven't decided where to hang this yet. I do have another Rhode Island samper that I stitched and was contemplating stitching Anne Anthony by the Essamplaire but I need a break from over one stitching. I would love to hang a collection of Rhode Island samplers someday but for now I think she'll be pretty hanging in my guest room with other pieces with pretty colors.
It's been nice here today so I've got the windows open for the kitties to enjoy. Why is it that whenever the weather is great, my black cat sits in the sunniest spot to soak it all up? I think this would be hot but he seems to enjoy it! That's all for now!