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Anyone Love Carrots ?

August 28, 2015

I have been very remiss in not posting to this blog.  I post to Facebook  and forget that my blog followers may not be on Facebook. So sorry.

I have been stitching on several projects. As most of you know this is new for me this year. Before this year I have mostly worked on one project start to finish and go on to the next one. Somehow I have become adept at working on several projects at once and loving it……go figure 🙂

When I completed Criss Cross I wanted a new project that was already kitted so I did not have to spend time trying to kit from my stash.  I remembered that I had Jennifer Reifenberg’s Carrots all ready to go. Just had to stretch the congress cloth and start reading instructions that told me exactly what to do. Less brain overload and more fun !

Here is where I am after about 5 or 6 days of stitching a few hours a day.

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This is really a fun project. Jennifer suggested that all the “ground” layers be done and then the carrots. I did the ones you see and then got anxious to do the carrots….. I actually think it will be easier to compensate around the carrots than compensating the carrots into the “ground”.

I am also working on my painted canvas snowman, my ANG chapter summer challenge and a carry around Stitch and Zip eyeglass case. I will get some photos and post them REAL soon.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Marianne Luckett permalink
    August 30, 2015 10:26 pm

    I love the carrots! It looks like it’s a very fast project and, as usual, you have done a wonderful job. Can’t wait to see the finished piece.

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