Good month for stitching - I met all my goals.
Here's what five hours of over one stitching looks like. It's a bit of an optical illusion, because I did all of the sky colors around the edges, which totally fade into the background. I also did all of the DMC792 and 841. This first part, where you have to be so careful of your count, is exciting, but painstaking.
The Quaker Round Robin fill in continues. One more month ought to see this one finished. I think it needs one medium sized flower right above the center circle and the lettering in the center and bottom right cartouche. There may be a few small "filler" motifs, too.
New project - well, new old project. This is another one from 2000 (I think I had a bad case of 'startitis' brought on by Y2K fever LOL); Linda Driskell's Heirloom Sampler in a Year 2000. I was working on this in the hospital when Walt died. I forced myself to work on it for a couple of months in 2005, but it was too soon. Now it's time to finish it off. I'm going to do it as a memorial sampler with his name and birth/death dates in the signature block. Here's a album of my progress to date. There's one full band and three partial bands left to do, but one of them is huge (the top band).