Sunday, October 29, 2017

WIP Progress day

Having problems getting the photos from the phone to computer then to the blog.  Here goes.


This one shows the detail.  Yes, it is sideways.  I can not get it to turn at all.


This is the whole piece.  I can't get it to turn either. 
The upper right corner should be in the lower right.

In general not a lot of progress this period.
One of my stitching friends died unexpectedly.
It threw everything off.  I didn't stitch hardly at all for nearly a week.
I still haven't touched the piece I was doing a couple of days before she was gone.

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12 comments:

Robin in Virginia said...

Your Quaker piece is beautiful. I am sorry for the loss of your friend.

K Reeves said...

This is such a beautiful piece, and you are close to finishing it, I think? My sincere sympathy to you for the loss of your stitching friend.

Anonymous said...

so sorry to hear about your friend.

Anonymous said...

So sorry to hear your sad news. The stitching can wait.

Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry about your friend. Please take time to heal, the stitching will always be there.

Magpie Sue said...

My condolences on your friend's passing. It seems worse when it comes unexpectedly, I think. Your Quaker sampler piece is coming right along! Doesn't look like you have much more to do. :-)

Hillview Embroidery said...

I’m so sorry to hear about your friend. Take the time you need. Sometimes stitching an be therapeutic but sometimes you need something else.
Your piece is coming along tremendously well. It looks like it will be finished in no time!

Kate Chiconi said...

I'm so sorry for the loss of your friend, things like that leave a real hole in your life. Your stitching is beautiful, but I can't off any ideas for fixing the photos, I don't know how Blogger works at all.

Anonymous said...

It´s so hard to lose a friend, I´m sorry for that. Don´t worry about the stitching, some day you´ll feel like stitching again!

Anonymous said...

So sorry to hear about your friend, look after yourself, you will return to your stitching when you are ready.

Tiffstitch said...

I'm so sorry for your loss. I hope stitching can help you remember her and help you heal.

stitchingranny said...

First of all a very belated welcome Jackie. I love this Quaker piece you are working on and will enjoy watching it grow.
Helen x