Wednesday, March 14, 2007

I pulled out my Margaret Sherry bath pieces yesterday. I'm so close to getting them done...well at least the bath one when I sat down with them yesterday....so I thought I should get to work on them and get them done.

This is the tub one. I didn't work on it yesterday but, I don't think I posted a picture of it when I worked on it the last time back in...man I think it was October.
And here is squeaky clean I did about 90% of what you see her yesterday. These are both so fun to work on (and so was the one that I finished last Summer).

I've been thinking that I'd like to go back to working on small pieces at work during my lunch and then have a larger piece that I'm working on at home. I've done this before and I felt that I was getting a lot more done doing it that way. I'll have to go though my stash and see what might call to me to be my work project when these are done.

14 comments:

Pumpkin said...

You've got good starts there Jenn. A lot of the gals are taking their stitching to work now. That might be a great idea :o)

Barb said...

Those areso cute. Looks like you are close to being done. Great job on them.

Stitchingnow said...

Looking good..Wish I could take my stitching to work but theres no time for that at my job.

stitcherw said...

Fun projects. I have a lunch project that I keep in the car. Even though I don't get a lot of time, anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes, what I do get really adds up. Lunch stitching allows for the occational small project to get finished, and leaves me time in the evening to work on a larger project. Then there are the weeks if I didn't stitch at lunch that I'd get no stitching in, that's when I really appreciate being able to see progress on something.
Sue

Arizonah13 said...

Hi - I just started my own blog, but I've been reading yours (and others) for months or even years! I likely found you on a stitching site or through another stitching blogger. Would you mind if I added you to my blogroll? (well, okay, I already did it, but if you'd rather I remove you, I can do that too.).

Thanks & I love your page!

Arizonah13 said...

Hi Jenn,

Thanks for leaving me a comment. I had a quickie question for ya - where did you get those bathtime Margaret Sherry patterns? I love Margaret Sherry, but I've never seen those. Are they in one of the newer UK magazines? :)

Thanks again!

Michelle said...

What cute, fun pieces! You've made great progress. Good idea with pulling out some smaller pieces to see some progress!

Carol said...

Those are cute Jenn!

Hazel said...

very cute Jenn. Like your small project idea. I think that is a good way to feel that sense of achievement. x

Carla said...

this little girl is so cute...great job :)

Juul :o) said...

I love your lunchstitchingidea!
:o)

Mary said...

You got a good start on the Margaret Sherry pieces. That's an idea of taking a small project to work during lunch. Maybe that will help keep me sane in my job...lol.

Klementina said...

Hi!
Nice craft!
I found a site with a lot of free patterns - visit and enjoy!
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Chiara said...

Great progress...I love this design...seeing yours I remember I have to stitch it for my bathroom...maybe i'll start it soon