I'm a few days late for my TUSAL post but had good intentions to post over the weekend, just got busy with a few dog events (including a long hike, watching an agility trial and a fun Mardi Gras party) and our Sampler Guild. So, here's my February TUSAL picture.
If you would like to play along with the TUSAL game you can jump right in and join us, just click on this link to Daffycat's blog to sign up and play!
I'm also playing along with Nicola's Scarlet Letter year challenge which has been a lot of fun so far! This is what I'm stitching my Ruth Bacheler sampler for and I'm loving stitching on her! I had planned to stitch on Dorothy Walpole for this challenge but Ruth was just calling to me so I decided to start on her instead. I am very, very tempted to start on Dorothy but not until I finish some of these other samplers first! I have three going right now and have decided to set them all aside to finish the stitching for the box top for our year long project for the Sampler Guild of the Rockies before going back. Once I finish one or two of the samplers on my list I'll start Dorothy, or maybe Lucy Redd or maybe something new from market. I sure have an issue with there being too many things to stitch and not nearly enough time. I think many of you can relate.
So, here are my three samplers and my current progress on them, or progress as of a couple days ago when I took these photos. Ruth Bacheler by the Scarlett Letter.
Elizabeth Milner by Shakespeare's Peddler. I am loving the algerian eyelet lettering and once I finish the vine border I just have started there will be three more lines of it. Maybe I won't love it then but right now I do!
And, I started Ann Bowers as part of the Attic's stitch along on this pretty sampler. I'm not caught up yet but hopefully will get there, she's such a pretty stitch! I'm stitching her in silk on 36 ct. Vintage Lentil linen.
That's all for today (as if it's not enough already). Thanks for stopping by to visit my blog and happy stitching!
All three of your samplers look great. I love stitching eyelet alphabets and the way they look too! Good luck with your stitching plans. I can't believe how many projects you've got started... you're a changed woman!ReplyDelete
I love all three samplers. So beautiful!ReplyDelete
Pretty, pretty!!!!!! They are all gorgeous. I am loving Ann :-).ReplyDelete
Your samplers all look great, Jen. Gorgeous progress!ReplyDelete
Jen, I love your sampler choices. The "points" on Ruth Bacheler are so eye-catching! I look forward to watching your progress.ReplyDelete