This is my little man Jett. Jett is a Border Collie pup born back in April. He came home with me at the very end of June. The morning that I went to go pick him up I spent some time finishing up Peggy Shorrock by Plum Street Samplers.
It may be hard to tell, but I changed the two dogs on the bottom to look like my dogs, Jett on the left and Sage on the right. After I finished this I went up to go pick up the real Jett and thus ended my stitching for the summer. I did manage a couple smalls that I had done the outlining on and that just needed fill in. It was nice between potty/crate/leash training to be able to pick up a needle and thread from time to time and do a little mindless stitching work. As Jett has gotten older I've been able to do a little more.
I started Elizabeth Milner back in January and slowly worked my way through the stitching and recently began to have bits of stitching time again so decided to get her out and finish stitching. I loved the eyelet alphabet but I changed her quite a bit. I made color changes, centered the band with the big basket of flowers and added my initials using the eyelet stitch in the spot where I thought the sampler needed something. So, my Elizabeth is truly my own. Here she is all finished up and ready to go to the framer.
With the St. Charles Market that happened in August I decided that I didn't need a ton of new samplers, smalls or other stitching projects. I have so much in my stash and so little time to stitch right now. But, like all stitching stash is concerned I couldn't help but adding just a few things to my must stitch list. On Labor Day I started Forget-Me-Knot by With thy Needle & Thread. When I saw the design I knew it was a must stitch for me! Once Elizabeth Milner was out of the WIP pile it seems logical to start this little cutie next.
I'm still working on figuring out Blogger and still trying to get my old posts to import here. So, stay tuned while I work on all of that, I hope to be fully moved over here sometime this month.