Sunday, March 11, 2007

Not feeling the gameboard love

As you can see below, I finished my February ornament.

In todays picture you can see the tiny progress I made in the couple hours of attention the gameboard got this weekend. I have totally hit the wall on this project. You can also see the way I organize my threads when I stitch something that has lots of fibers. I use a homemade palette and put the symbols on it so that I never have to look at the key on the chart again. This keeps me from having to wind floss back on the bobbin or from having a little rats nest of stray threads in my bag.
(24 houses-23 motifs)

This week I'm going to treat myself to something I've not touched in a long time and enjoy every stitch.

Winter's Eve, with color changes.

You guessed it. The trim on my house is this color. But only because my husband wouldn't go for dark purple. MEN!


Blogger Katrina said...

Cute little finish Adana. I actually put my DTGB away yesterday. I have too many BAP projects going right now. I decided two is plenty and the game board didn't make the cut, LOL. It's on my short list but VoHRH and Mary Beale's Advent Sampler are the two I kept out.

7:35 AM  
Blogger Debs said...

Adorable ornament, really like your blue moon. Game board coming along quite well, and it looks great.

8:16 AM  
Blogger Lana said...

The game board looks great! I do that very same thing with my threads too! I think it is super convenient!

11:36 AM  
Blogger quiltorstitch said...

Love your ornament :D Is your house red?

I hit walls on my big projects too. It is looking very nice, at least you got some stitching done on it :D

I like the way you organize your threads.

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Jill Flinchum said...

Hello Adana, Love the ornament. Don't get discouraged on the gameboard!


6:57 PM  
Anonymous Jill Flinchum said...

Hello Adana, Love the ornament. Don't get discouraged on the gameboard!


6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love your changes gf!

7:58 PM  
Blogger Joanie said...

Love the colors on the ornament and keep working on the sampler game board, it's coming along great!

BTW, Fiji sounds great...should we set up shop? LOL!

8:50 PM  
Blogger Michele said...

Love that ornament and the color change :) Keep plugging on the gameboard .. you are sooo close!

btw, I love it that you are a gto girl :)

12:01 PM  
Blogger Susan said...

Adana - you're getting thisclose to the finish of Game Board - keep going!!

I love your ornament - every time I see this one stitched up, I tell myself that I've got to stitch it. Hasn't happened yet!

6:40 AM  
Blogger Cathy said...

Your ornament turned out great.

Game Board looks fabulous - you've got just a little bit more to do - keep at it - I'm cheering for you!

6:05 PM  
Anonymous nath1306 said...

What a wonderful gameboard !

4:48 AM  

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