Monday, March 7, 2016

A Little Stitchin'

Gentle Friends, here's where I left off last night on Santa's Village... 

... I tried quite a few motifs in the corners, starting with just lines against lines, that looked a bit on the raw side, then I tried trees, bells, stars...and the hearts seem to fit - at least for me they work and I'm the one to please...only three more cottages........
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Sorry the post is on the  late side,m but I've had no Internet either at home or at work all day...... how could we function before the computer........... Thanks for stopping by, dos top again!!

Take care,
edgar

13 comments:

Arlene Grimm said...

Beautiful!!

LDR said...

Love the hearts. I have this on my stitching list later this year.

Justine said...

Getting close! I enjoy seeing your updates on this gorgeous project, you made some great changes including the hearts.

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Santa's Village is looking wonderful. The snow, the reindeer all make it a sweet piece.

Vonna, The Twisted Stitcher said...

Look at you go! Looking FAB DAB U LOUS!

Vicki said...

I think the hearts are perfect! This is such a great piece, and you've done an awesome job, Edgar.

The Inspired Stitcher said...

You are in the home stretch now! Way to go!

Sandye said...

The hearts are perfect! This is really cute - thanks for sharing your stitching.

MaryO said...

So beautiful Edgar! Just discovered your blog! You're quite an "enabler" as I've been trolling the 'Net looking for the Santa's Village cross stitch patterns. What's the fabric you used and the color?

You're quite a needle artist! Beautiful work!

Mary E. Osborne
San Pedro, CA

Mary said...

Looks great, I checked original I think your border is nicer. Good choice.

Barb said...

A beautiful project that will be finished very soon!

Margaret said...

It's looking so wonderful!

needlenurse said...

Oh my! I haven't been able to keep up with your blog for some time and I've missed updates on this but (wow!) it's really coming along. So pretty......love the colors. Looking forward to seeing more.

Paula