Yes, St.Basil has finally made some progress. Finally doing some fun stitching on it. The stringy looking thing in the upper center is just a short thread. I parked the needle elsewhere.
The last time I showed this about half of "have" was stitched. The fabric is incredibly stiff. Now "sewing" with it, just "stick an stab". The pink boxes were one in long-armed stitch instead of regular crosses. The other boxes will also be created in some kind of specialty stitch. "Accept" and "Faith" are stitched in a dark blue, the rest of the words in a light blue.
THis is the Mystery patchwork Quaker piece. Making some progress. Motif on the right is not complete yet. Below the swan is a start on a motif (on the pattern) but I'm not sure which color I will use. I am using Olive Waterlilies, and two different Needlepoint Inc Silks (solids that are in the Olive).
While cleaning up my corner in the family room, I realized that I had not finished this one. Not much more to go before the beads go on. Beads are lined up on the side of the piece.
I haven't touched this one in a week or so but I think this is more than I last showed anyone. All the side will be equal before I move to the "fan" areas.
Lastly is my TUSAL as of 2 pm Sunday. I know that I have not shown this for quite a while and it is probably off schedule. This is my year-to-date TUSAL.
Until next time.