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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Almost forgot my IHSW post

  I decided to do the back stitching on the top half of "Angels of the World". I filled in any missing stitches, and finished all my butterflies.  I got a little more of the white done, and I've figured out this is going to be the problem, all of that plain white.  I wish I could finish it and get on to the lettering but, it's sooooooooo boring. I'll keep going but for how long, I can't say.


Thanks to all my followers for stopping by, I hope everybody had a happy and productive IHSW. Going to make some little xxs.


14 comments:

sharine said...

It is looking good. Nothing worse then stitching white on white:)

Vicky said...

Looking good Minnie, I hate stitching large blocks of white too!

Katie said...

Beautiful progress! You can do it! I know you can.

rosek1870 said...

It looks amazing Minnie. I know what you mean about white - sooo hard to see. Hang in there friend!!
Hugs
Rose

Rhona said...

It's looking wonderful! I agree with you about stitching large areas of any colour, but white on white is the worst.

Melissa said...

Your angels are adorable! That is a lot of white to fill in. Good luck!

Melinda said...

This is such a beautiful chart. Thanks for sharing your progress

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

So pretty so far. That is a huge amount of white for sure!

Sharon said...

Oh, I just love this design. My hubby and son are both blessed to have multi, multi, multi-cultural backgrounds, so these angels are just precious to me. Wonderful job stitching. Hang tough with the white - the pay-off will be huge! :)

XXXStitching (Emma) said...

Boo massive white stitching. Hate white on white hope you get lots sunny days to help you'll get there x

Julie said...

Great progress Minnie.
Whats that saying?.Do it with a good heart and it will be done in no time.They obviously not heard about stitching white on white.Hope you get it done in no time. :)

Lesley said...

Mmore lovely progress:)

Emma/Itzy said...

white on white is a nightmare! perhaps just do say, a length of white and a length of colour back to white...etc etc, could work maybe :)

Caitlin Jordan said...

Gorgeous stitching :D