Sunday, October 21, 2018

Did She Really Start Something New???


Yes, she did.  It's called Let the Earth Be Glad by Diane Ulmer Pedersen from Painted Pony Needlepoint Designs.  I bought it at The Needle Works and took it to Amy's.  This beautiful sky stitch is a slanted brick using two strands of Dinky Dyes overdyed silk was recommended by Amy Bunger.  Perfection! 



Thursday, October 11, 2018

The Fires are Lit at The White Farmhouse



It doesn't seem like much for a couple of hours stitching but there was a lot of trying this and that.  I settled on Fabulous Fibers in this pale smoky blue.  It is just a little satin stitch.  


Wednesday, October 10, 2018

The White Farm Gets a Front Door



And a couple of other details.  I stitched the front gate, the front door and the chimneys.   I need to stitch the smile coming from the chimney.  



Monday, October 1, 2018

Planting Trees at The White Farm



Back home and stitching on The White Farm by Diane Ulmer Pedersen from Painted Pony Needlepoint Designs.  All the stitch ideas are from Amy Bunger at Amy's Golden Strand in Memphis, TN.  
Trees stitched in silk ribbon

Overview



Thursday, September 27, 2018

No She Didn't


Yes she did.  Merry Christmas to me.  I bought this canvas from The Needle Works here in Austin.   They are having a trunk show of Painted Pony Needlepoint Design canvases.  It's called Let the Earth Be Glad.  I took it to Amy's and she gave me a couple of stitch ideas.

Let the Earth Be Glad

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Missing Memphis Already


Once again we had the best time in Memphis.  Eating, stitching and visiting with dear friends there.  FABULOUS!  I took the White Farm by Diane Ulmer Pedersen from Painted Pony Needlepoint Designs.  I was ready for Amy to give me the stitches for the rest of the piece.

Overview on arrival

Tree closeup

Barn stitching

Overview of barn and house

Closeup of house

Sunday, September 16, 2018

The Village of Hawk Run Hollow


Time for some reading, writing and arithmetic.   I am finally getting around to stitching the school.  I had started on it and boogered it up real good.  It took me some time to work up the energy to tear out all the mess.   I am headed towards the finish line!







Block 11 - School House


















Overview of bottom row