So, the whole piece looks a little odd, but the first eye is almost done!
(If you are wondering, the answer is yes. I did have "The Eye of the Tiger" playing through my mind as I worked on this.)
This is how my Charting Creations Fractal White Tiger project featuring artwork by Ricky Barnard looked in my last update.
1,962 stitches were added this month.
This morning marked my 50th day working on this one. I cannot tell you how much I love seeing the tiger emerge!
I hope to surpass the 10% complete mark soon. It is getting close!
I took this piece with me as my travel project this weekend (instead my Storykeep Effects of Caffeine) because I could not wait to get to the eye of the tiger. We have some very dear family friends we get together with once a month to play Pinochle. We have one extra person, so I like to take the opportunity to visit with everyone and stitch while they play. It is always fun to see what the others have been up to. This time, I get to share a bit of that with you.
This month our friend, Peggy Hall, gifted this stunning quilt to our friend, Judy Smith. (When two of the gentlemen in our group held it up for a third to take a photo, I grabbed my phone and asked the ladies if I could share it on my blog.) I love birds and postcards (it features postcard fabric prints) and quilts. This is gorgeous. It is a perfect gift for Judy, so it makes me smile all the more. I am so blessed to have this wonderful group of people in my life.
Thank you so much for stopping by!
It is Monday, so I am linking with the Stitchery Link Party #95 at Super Mom - No Cape. There is a fun His & Hers vintage pattern available this week. If you do hand embroidery and have a blog, I hope you will join the party!