Thursday, 22 January 2009

Have I Misled You....

It certainly was not intentional but I have to set the record straight. Neither of the two new babies I am stitching for are related to me in anything other than friendship. Jamie is the son of my DD's best friend and Amelia is the Grand-daughter of my dear friend Lesley. I would love one of them to have been a new grandchild for me but that seems highly unlikely so I will just have to make the most of our darling Ozzie.

I did not stitch a birth sampler for Jamie (my usual baby gift) because I knew my daughter was doing one, hence the towel and bib set.

Amelias birth sampler is now over half done so I thought I would share a progress pic.

I am using just normal DMC threads for this though I have added a little twinkly thread to the petticoat of the girl in blue.

Nothing much to tell at the moment. My mum has been poorly and I have been at her house everyday, but she is now well on the mend so I am hoping that next week I will get a little time to get my house clean and tidy and get everything ready for going down to Andover at the weekend.


may all your frogs stay in their ponds.

17 comments:

michelle said...

Nope, not misled at all! The stitching is lovely too. So sorry your dear mum is feeling poorly. I will keep her and you also in my prayers.

Kathy A. said...

Sorry hon, sometimes we just read between the lines.
Your little ballerina piece is just so sweet.
Hope mum is feeling better soon.

Angela said...

I don't recall being mislead.

Lovely birth sampler.

Cathy said...

Hello Helen
That sampler is looking good - with that in her room I'm sure she will be a classy young girl
Enjoy your time away, don't forget to take something to stitch tho':))
Take care
Cathy

Colette said...

So sorry to hear about your mum Helen, hope she recovers soon.
The birth sampler is looking gorgeous well done with it

Christine said...

The little ballerinas are lovely.
Hope your Mum is feeling better

Chiloe said...

I love this design: who is the designer? YOu are almost done ;-)

Ken's choice said...

Hi Helen, I have tagged you on my blog, please have a look.
thank you

Karan said...

Sorry your Mum has been poorly too - hope she's feeling much better soon.
Love the baby sampler. :0)

Sally said...

Amelia's birth sampler is looking so pretty Helen.

Doris said...

the birth sampler look pretty!,
i hope your mom feel better soon,taka care.

Cyn said...

Hi Helen,

I've been reading your posts though I haven't had too much time to comment!

Love the pictures of the new projects. :-)

Cynthia
Windy Meadow

Brigitte said...

What a nice piece with ballerinas for the little girl. She will love it when she's old enough.
Hope your mother is feeling better by now.

Dani - tkdchick said...

That's a lovely birth sampler. I just found out my best friend is expecting her first so I'll be startinga birth sampler for her soon!

stitcherw said...

Very cute project. The little ballerina's are adorable. Sorry to hear your mom's been doing poorly. I'm glad she's now doing better and hopefully she's recovered soon.
Sue

RuthB said...

My heavens you've been busy! All that sttiching... wow. I love the birth sampler and the bib set and and and! Oh heck I love them all.

Sheilasembroidery said...

Lovely pieces, you are a great friend to have. Glad to hear your Mum is now on the mend. Have a great trip.