Thursday, 10 February 2011

A little bit of gap filling!

It's a little green, and I don't really know why, camera must have had a funny five minutes, sadly I think it always has five minutes all the times.
However, there's been a lot of gap filling this week, so it's starting to look like it may, one day turn into a piece of solid stitching. I thought I'd done loads this week, but now that I'm looking at it there doesn't seem to be as much progress as I thought there had been, I'm most disappointed.

12 comments:

Crystal said...

WOW Kimn do not be disappointed, it is looking beautiful. I can see tons of progress, sometimes we are our worst critics. Looking forward to the next update.

Topcho said...

Looks great! Love your neat stitches! :D

Lesleyanne said...

I think it looks gorgeous. Don't be disappointed I think you have made loads of progress.

Yvon (jioya) said...

Please don't be disappointed, it's looking so good.
And sometimes it's better to go slow and make no misstakes.

Hugs Yvon.

Charbsandthebumpydog said...

I'm sure you have done loads, but you have been stitching in a shade very similar to the background fabbie, don't worry, when you get back to the red I' sure she will fly along.

Shirl said...

Progress has definitely been made! Keep up the good work.
Love,
Shirl x

Kttycat said...

It's looking great!

Joysze said...

Don't be disappointed, sweetie. You've gotten a whole lot done. The first thing I thought of when I saw it was, "WOW!!! I can see the flowers!!!!" They're really starting to take shape. Keep at it... she's going to be so gorgeous when you're done with her. :D

Justflo said...

Looking good. love the colours. our Little Snap Dragon from your last post is
coming along.


Happy stitching to you.

Pointed Stitcher said...

Oh, don't be disappointed, this piece is amazing.

MrsB said...

This looks lovely! I wouldn't be disappointed - even though it feels as if there isn't much done, there are a lot of stitches in there!

In reply to your question about my picture on my blog, it is Troutbeck Fells in the Lake District :o)

Carolyn NC said...

This beautiful! Don't be discouraged - it's great progress and way more than you think that's done. It looks fantastic!