Saturday, July 26, 2008

Progress on the Tablecloth

I was asked to show how my embroidery was progressing, so here's a look at where I'm at...

Don't you love the blackberries made from French knots?
This is such a relaxing project to have on the go. It's a different pace from my machine stitched projects, which is good. I'm always wanting things finished quick, quick; but with this type of work, I'm learning patience can be rewarding. What type of projects do you find most relaxing?

11 comments:

  1. Your tablecloth looks amazing Katherine!

    The most relaxing projects... handquilting, knitting and embroideries.

    Happy weekend!

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  2. you are making great progress on your tablecloth. It's beautiful.

    I find handstitching quilt binding to be very relaxing. I think it's helpful that it's the finishing touch. :)

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  3. That is positivly beautiful!
    And I do just adore your blackberries! I do not think I would have such patience to finish sucha large project!

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  4. Sew pretty! What a wonderful find. I love to hand stitch. Embroidery is so rewarding as well as relaxing. I love to look at the finished product too. The more embroidery I have around me the calmer I feel.

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  5. Beautiful work!
    Embroidery projects are also relaxing for me.
    Honestly I don't like much for sewing machine - only when it HAS to be. I do like handmade everything I can.

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  6. So pretty! Love the colors and the berries are too cute.

    Oh, and I have to say, the red and pink star quilt in the last post...GORGEOUS!

    Kimberly :)

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  7. Looking good. I find stitcheries the most relaxing to do. I like to 'watch' TV while I'm stitching.

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  8. The embroidery is beautiful. That will really be something when you finish it.

    Your quilt top looks fabulous. You must be getting excited about finihing it.

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  9. Hi Katherine! I saw a post of yours on another site in which you spoke about loving comments, and I just wanted to add a bit of happiness to your day by stopping by. Your site is beautiful without being intimidating, and I'm sure if I met you you would personify the same.

    I personally enjoy knitting, though my two of my three young daughters are much better at it than I am.

    Know you and your work are loved and celebrated.

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  10. Wow!!!!! This is so gorgeous. What talent you have.

    Sheree

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