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Sunday, 16 August 2015

Seaside Mystery - Chatelaine - 16th August 2015


I've been stitching on my Chatelaine - Seaside Mystery this week.  My aim was to finish part 1 but I haven't quite got there yet.

Here is my before picture



and this is after stitching on it this week



I've been working on filling in the swirly sections which are outlined in the bright green.


I've nearly finished the one I was working on and I only have one more left after that one.  So hopefully next time I stitch on this I will finish filling those sections in.  The spaces you can see will be filled with beads.

I love the colours on this design and can't wait to get further on with it.  However I have decided to go back to trying to stitch it part by part.  Last time I wanted to see what all the colours looked like so did a bit of all the sections.

I've been using my Lowery frame adapator while stitching on this as it is a long frame and it's taking quite a bit of getting used to.  I honestly think I would have got more done on it if I hadn't used the frame but then I would have ended up with a sore shoulder again.  I'm sure with more practice the adaptor will become easier to use.

I currently have a list of 29 projects that are either WIPs or new starts that I have kitted up.  So I am using a random number generator to pick which project I will work on for the next week.  So this next week I will be stitching on Summer Garden from Little House Needleworks.  I am ashamed to say I have had this travelling pattern with me for nearly 12 months now but various things have happened over the year which have meant I haven't got round to starting it but now I finally have the fabric and threads and will stitch on it next week.


Keep stitching and smiling

6 comments:

Annie said...

Lovely stitching on a beautiful project!

Heather said...

Lovely stitching I love the colors

Jennifer M. said...

Gorgeous stitching progress! I can't believe you have 29 WIPS?! I have about 13 and for me that is too many. LOL!

Justine said...

Your stitching is so neat! I have 20 WIPs which is too many!

Tiffany Pincombe said...

Gorgeous work and nice pick with the random generator!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Seaside Mystery is looking lovely. The colours are so delicate.
Naughty girl for having the Travelling Pattern on a Stay-cation LOL.