such beautiful colors.
Thank you! Enjoying the "blues":)
Very very nice. You do more with five kids than I do with none, is a special herbal blend or drink. Ha! (just kidding) I have to keep coming back here for motivation (as well as inspiration) you astound me.
Love the colors and textures in this piece.The calendar weaving is a great way to honor your grandmother...love it too!
Hi Helen, My oldest son is grown, my oldest daughter is away in college and my 3 younger ones are teenagers so, I only have 3 children at home. When I am not working, I find the most relaxing thing I can do is stitch. I am not a TV watcher, only HGTV on occasion. I find inspiration from other blogs too.: )
Hi Mary, I really like the blue and purple too. I think my grandmother wouldbe amused with the calendar piece. I can see her smiling in my mind.: )
Hi Jill, Thanks. I really like your icon/gravitar that you have with your comment. Beautiful stitching.I visited your blog...you have been busy : )
I love the colors of this, so very beautiful!
I love the surface of this one Marie..and we had a great weekend, thankyou!!
Oh my, this is just so sumptuous. I'm just had a lovely ramble through your blog and so enjoyed looking. Thank you, clothmate!
I am so happy you stopped by : )I visited your blog and enjoyed seeing the mixedmedia. Thank you <3
Hi Phyllis, I love the indigo and purple colors too. It is a big piece so lots morestitching to do : )Thank you.<3
Hi Karen, Glad you had a great weekend with family <3Looking forward to more stitching today.I have the day off : )