Saturday, 14 January 2012

Starting to come together

It's starting to come together and look like the two pages are actually related in someway, which is nice. Although I'm not sure about one of the patches of white, now that I look at this picture I can't quite work out why it's there. But if I look at the full picture it does kinda make sense, it just looks odd at the moment. It's been another surprisingly productive week actually, even though it's included white on white (which I'm trying to do a bit at a time, if I did it all at once I think I'd go crazy). Hope I can keep this kind of productivity up, it's quite nice actually being able to see progress happening.
Ben's out this evening so I'm thinking that I'm going to have a dvd and stitching evening. Hope everyone else is having a good weekend.

11 comments:

Lesleyanne said...

Great progress. White on White is my stitching life at the moment. Enjoy your DVD and stitching night.

Topcho said...

Fter having a look on the big picture, the white blocks look just in place! It starts to look really awesome, so keep up the great work and have fun this weekend!

stitchstitchknit said...

Very lovely =)
I also think the white spots are in place, but we'll see more in time =)

Ewa said...

that happens a lot with haeds, you think it's wonky and off but when you put it all together it looks fab. great job stitching!

Michelle said...

A great process and what a beautiful collors again! I noticed that you have my website in your blog list: well, i've changed my adres into: madebymies91.blogspot.com

Mangogirl said...

great progress

Needlework said...

super progress, love your wip Winter's Majesty alsoo

sharine said...

Looking very nice!

Yvon (jioya) said...

That's great progress and i think that the white is looking very much like a window of some sort.
I hope that you keep enjoying working on this one.

Hugs Yvon.

Tama said...

I like how odd things in stitching make sense eventually. And sometimes the further away that you stand, which is weird.

Joysze said...

Gosh, aren't those yellows and gold just beautiful? I bet they're stunning in person.