Tuesday, 14 October 2008

Winter Whites update.

I have now completed the top section of Winter Whites and as I am still enjoying it I am going to stick with this for the time being. The hardest bit is not even visible as it was all the little individual stitches needed for the snowflakes but they are all finished now thank goodness.

Thats all for now - though I would like to thank everyone for the lovely comments and to say to both Nicola and Lynn if you are reading this - say hello LOL - that will be enough honest.

Hugs to you all

xx
may your frogs stay in their ponds

19 comments:

Clare - Aimetu said...

I can see why you want to carry on working on this - it's lovely.

Vonna said...

And your fabric that your stitching it on is opalescent...how pretty it shall be and you're moving it right along too!

Angela said...

A lovely piece of work. The single stitches sound tedious, I hope there weren't too many of them. I always find them awkward as I've never worked out how if they are in the middle of an otherwise unstitched part of the fabric how you stop them coming undone without creating knots.

Christine said...

Thats really pretty Helen. Nice scissors too!

Valerie said...

That's absolutely lovely! The sparkle fabric is a nice touch. Can't wait to see more!

Ann T said...

Winter Whites is looking great, especially on that sparkly fabric and I love those scissors!

Julie said...

Another lovely one, i can see why you want to carry on with it, i would too.

Beatrice said...

Look at all that wonderful thread and charts. Wow will you have fun with that.
Winter Whites is coming along just great ...very pretty!

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

That is looking very lovely! I like it already!

Kathy A. said...

Lovely work there. Love those winter scenes. BTW do you want to join Ann and I at our little SAL on Fairies in the Garden.

Irene said...

It looks very nice.

vEr0n!c@ said...

Oh I didn't realize you're stitching this on opalescent fabric. That's gonna be so pretty and shimmering when done.

I hate all the individual confetti stitches too as you know ^.^ Thus, I usually convert them to beads. It'll add not only a personalize touch but also to the sparkle :)

becca said...

I love the look of opalescent fabric. Your stitching is looking awesome as always.

Angela said...

It's beautiful and I love the fabric you are stitching it on.

Lynn said...

Your pics are absolutely gorgeous

Hugs

Lynn

Karen said...

great start I like the fabric you have chosen

Sally said...

I love this Helen. You've picked lovely fabric to stitch it on too. You're making me want to start mine:)

Nicola said...

HELLO! Sorry Helen only just getting around to catching up with blogging. Really haven't felt up to much with this cold. However. although it might be wishful thinking, I think it's getting better - slowly!

You are doing well with Winter Whites. Look forward to seeing it IRL soon I hope.

Cheryl said...

This is so pretty! Feels quite wintery up here in Scotland today