Saturday, 9 February 2013

Heather has hair

To be fair, I think that's how I'm going to be describing Heather for the next six months, she has quite a lot of hair, so I'm probably going to be stitching her hair for a while yet. I do love working on her (just as I always love working on Hannah Lynn's designs, the black stitches us so quickly). Have you seen Hannah's latest Alice in Wonderland series that she's working on? I'm absolutely loving them!

10 comments:

Pull the other thread said...

Great work so far. Looking forward to seeing more of her come to life.

Lesleyanne said...

Looks great. Looking forward to seeing your progress.

Mii Stitch said...

Nice hair :D It looks good, I'm curious to see more! Have a lovely weekend

Ewa said...

I love watching people stitch Hannah Lynn designs simply because they look so cool! All that black and the filling it in makes me think of a coloring book - which I've always loved and still love.

Tama said...

Very nice! I agree about the hair - just started the black on Amanda and Axel and already I'm staring at the amount of HaIr...! Yours looks splendid so far!

Emma/Itzy said...

Great start! Look forward to seeing more of this :)

sharine said...

Great stitching. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they get charted:)

The Crafty Princess said...

Beautiful work on Heather. You have awesome coverage for tent on 28. She's so cool I love this chart. Probably why I bought her too.

Alicia xo

Rai Rai's Stitches said...

I've never heard of a Hanna Lynn design. (Must google immediately)

I've discovered so many cool things since starting my blog.

I love watching cross stitches come to life. Especially large pieces.

I'll be watching in fascination as Heather comes to life.

Zurainny Ismail said...

I must admit, I am intimidated by large designs. There are an abundant of challenges that delays the project (run out of floss, mistakes, etc) and in the end they become excuses to give up (for me). That's why I admire your spirit in undertaking Heather & finishing the 'big ones' such as Tenderness, Little Angel, etc. Happy stitching dear!