Saturday, 2 February 2013

I give, this is who it is!

I know that I'm probably the only person who's been amused by the 'mystery' stitch, so thank you all my lovely followers for your patience with me... but I give, this is what I've been working on. Dwarven Leader, art work by Jankolas, charted by Paine Free Crafts, which I fell in love with when she released it, so I had to start it straight away. As you can probably imagine, there's a lot of background to stitch so I have sort of skimmed over the background a bit to get me a bit more central so I'm actually working on him instead.
 
Here's the latest update on it, there's a little bit of hair in there now, although it's not a great picture, I really struggle to get a decent picture of the pale background. He's actually going away for a while now. I'm stitching in little short bursts at the moment and his hair is quite confetti, and confetti when I've only got short stitching times drives me crackers. So I'm settling to work on something else for a while then I'll come back to this when I've really got time to sit and work on it.
 

11 comments:

Michelle said...

It's a lovely pattern! Those confetti stitches are so annoying..
Good luck with that!

Have a great weekend,
Michelle

Pull the other thread said...

Looks great. Can't wait to see more progress.

Emma/Itzy said...

Ooooh I like this one :D

Liesbeth said...

What a handsome fellow! Can't wait to see more!

sharine said...

Great pattern. Can't wait to watch him grow:)

Anne said...

Very labour intensive pattern I see. A break once in a while sounds good! Happy Stitching!! :)

Keebles said...

It's so nice to see an actor that I've loved for years being immortalized in stitch! Can't wait to see his face start to emerge!

Lesleyanne said...

Great new start.

Caitlin Jordan said...

ooo :D Such an awesome project!

stitchstitchknit said...

eeeek =) I love that pattern! I really thinking about getting this one =) You made a wonderful start on him and I am looking forward to see much more progress on him =)

SoCal Debbie said...

He will certainly look amazing when he stitched and framed and up on your wall! I'm going to visit that website now!