Monday, September 26, 2016

HAED SK Effects of Caffeine Days 9-11 Update

Over the past few months, I had 3 opportunities to work on my travel cross stitch project, Heaven and Earth Designs "Storykeep Effects of Caffeine" based on artwork by Randal Spangler.

This photo shows how it looks after 11 days of stitching during appointments (just over 15 hours of stitching.)


Oops. I forgot to share the photo I took after Day 10.



And this is how it looked with my last update.  

It is fun to see visible progress - especially on a project I work on so infrequently. Over the next few weeks, I will be taking someone to appointments a couple of times a week that may last up to an hour, so I should have more updates to share soon.


I am linking up with Monday Stitchery Link Party #77 at Super Mom - No Cape! You will find a free vintage embroidery pattern and links to other blogs participating HERE.

If you do any hand embroidery, I encourage you to join the party!

11 comments:

CathieJ said...

I love seeing your progress on this project.

Christine Barnsley said...

It is fun to see this project slowly progress Renee even if you don't get a lot of time to work on it! Christine x

desertskyquilts said...

LOL, we sew where we can, don't we? Your progress looks good, but XS is SO slow! Maybe that's one reason I don't do it well.

Pamela said...

Great progress!

Queeniepatch said...

It is good to have a 'waiting room' project and I am sure the speed of progress on this piece will race forward.

Pull the other thread said...

Fantastic progress, you can definitely see the difference. Looking forward to seeing more of this piece.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

This is a really cool design. I don't remember you posting about it before..old age you know. I am always amazed that you have several projects always going at the same time.
xx, Carol

Anthea said...

Great work Renee... what a great idea to have a 'waiting room' project.

crazyQstitcher said...

Waiting rooms may become boring but with a project it is not noticeable and the bonus is that your work grows.
It is looking good.

Justine said...

Great progress...it always amuses me that you have this as a travelling project as I think for most people this would be a BAP! Sorry to hear you'll be spending more time in waiting rooms but at least we will get to see more of this cute "little" stitch.

SuperMomNoCape said...

I do love progress shots! This is coming along nicely.

I finished an embroidery last week that had been in my embroidery bag for months while I was waiting for a family member who was having surgery. It really is amazing how much a person can get done.

Thanks so much for linking up to last week's Stitchery Link Party and for encouraging others to join in the fun. Aloha hugs!