Sunday, June 13, 2021

Twilight Duel: SAL Update #23

 


The advantage to waking up too early on weekend mornings has been finding quiet time to cross-stitch. 1,853 stitches were added to my Heaven and Earth Designs Twilight Duel cross-stitch project over the past 3 weeks, passing the 60% complete milestone.

The photo above shows how it looked in our last update.

For this Stitch Along (SAL) we each select our own project to work on and we share updates every 3rd Sunday. Our next update will be on July 4th. 

I hope you can stop by to see the projects other crafty bloggers have been working on.


Thank you for stopping by!
Renee


13 comments:

nwpaintedlady said...

Passing the 60% mark is quite something on this project. keep that mojo in gear - enjoy!

Susan said...

60% - yay! That was a lot of stitches this time, too. I remember when you started, and now it's so far along. =)

K Reeves said...

That is amazing progress, Rene, congratulations on crossing 60%!

Shami Immanuel said...

You have made a great progress.

Claire said...

that's an awful lot of progress^^ Maybe I should try getting up early? nah, I enjoy my lie-ins ^^

Sewing Beside the Sea said...

I love stitching early in the morning too. It's nice to sit with the door open and listen to the birds :-) You've done a lot of stitching and the colours on this piece are stunning.

crazyQstitcher said...

It is wonderful. Your quiet time paid off. So many more stitches - it can not be easy to work with the dark tones.

Queeniepatch said...

Good for you, good for the dragons and good for your son! Early bird catches the worm.

CathieJ said...

I have been getting up quite early also, but I can't cross-stitch at that time. You have really made great use of your early mornings. That is a lot of stitches to complete!

Sweetfallenangels said...

Gosh that is a lot of stitches to add - congratulations for getting to the other side. It's the home straight now!

stitchingranny said...

Great progress as is usual for you. xx

Unknown said...

Great progress!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

It's growing - slowly but surely. I remember when you first started it and it seemed like the progress was so very slow but now I can see the end in sight.