Monday, November 14, 2016

Twilight Duel Update 15 November 2016

The 2nd Monday of November has arrived. There will only be one more update on this piece this year. I hope to have more progress by then, but it seems very unlikely with my schedule the way it is.

Here is my bit of progress on the Heaven and Earth Designs chart of Ruth Thompson's "Twilight Duel" artwork.

Just over 200 stitches were added to page 3 in October and I have barely had time to touch a needle this month. 

(If you look REALLY closely, you might note the blue along the far left edge filled in a tiny bit.)

Percent Complete:
Project: 22.06%  (It was 21.91%)
Page 1: 100%
Page 2: 100%
Page 3: 16%        (It was 14.14%)
Page 4: 100%
Page 5: 1.83%     (Same)
Page 6: 0%
Page 7: 7.08%     (Same)
Page 8: 100%
Page 9: 2.08%     (Same)
Page 10: 0.25%   (Same)
Page 14: 2.9%     (It was 1.83%)

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Christine B said...

Only a few stitches but this is looking really great Renee! Christine x said...

I am always in awe when I see your pieces you are working on.

Tiffstitch said...

progress is progress! Glad you had some time to add to it. I've had one of those months too.

Queeniepatch said...

This IS a marathon piece so it WILL take time. LET it take time! Keep up the good work.

CathieJ said...

It may be only a few stitches, but it is still progress.

KimM said...

Slow and steady.....looking great!

Summer said...

Looking lovely ♥

Anonymous said...

Fabulous, and I CAN see that blue progress. A few steps closer is great!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Only one more update this year - where did the year go? You're making great progress. You might not be able to see it, but it's apparent to us.

Renee said...

Thank you, Summer!

Katie said...

Beautiful no matter how "small" the progress. Hope you find time to stitch more. I know it helps me de-stress.