This "Quaker Bird" is a free standing soft sculpture designed by The Primitive Jewel and stitched by Anita.
Isn't it cool?
This is the beginning of a piece being stitched by Cheryl also of the Friday stitchers. I took a photo of of it for a couple of reasons. The stitching is exquisite, I sold her the pattern and I intended to tell everyone the name of it and the designer but now I don't remember who it's by. I'll find out on Friday and post the info. She is working on 40 count and doesn't it look fantastic?
This beauty visited us a few Sunday's ago. He is a Scarlet Tanager, according to my bird book
My progress on "Inspiration" from Rosewood Manor. It is pretty slow going as it is on 40 count linen.
Autumn at Hawk Run Hollow is also progressing very slowly but I am happy with the results so far.
Spring Quakers was so popular that many stitchers will be happy to see that Karen Kubla of Rosewood Manor has released Winter Quakers as well. I had a couple of the kits after Nashville but they sold out very quickly so now I have more in if anyone is in need!!
My own stitching is progressing very slowly but the next job on the list is to take some photos of the pitiful amount I have done so that I can have some pictures on my blog entries in the next couple of weeks (she said optimistically) since Dan will be gone to Florida with my camera.
Speaking of lists...I can hardly wait for this new kit to arrive from Lizzie Kate. I'll be stitching on it on the day it gets here!