Hi, since last week, my mum has been having cold, and now Sweetie Tass, too...
Mum is getting better, though Tass has quite high fever, but he is very fine, playing a lot in the house! :D
I hope I won't get their cold next!!
By the way, since after I finished "Sarah Spurr" © Carriage House Samplings, I have been stitching "Mary Glover SAL".
I didn't know about this wonderful SAL, but Merumo asked me to join in, too!
When I jumped to the SAL blog, I fell in love with this beautiful design and decided to join in soon!
Thanks Merumo for asking me to join in it!
Here is a photo of #1.
I'm quite not sure about this combination about this linen and thread (DMC)...
I'm stitching one thread of DMC on 36ct Edinburgh Linen (Sandcastle by Silkweaver), though it seems a bit weak...
And this linen was my first try, but it's quite soft and hard to stitch along...
I was going to use this linen for "Isabella Johnstone", too so am not sure what to do for it...
Here is a photo of #2. As I wrote above, though I decided to continue to stitch on this linen, as I didn't want to frog and undo!
Now I think I can figure out how to stitch better than before, I'm stitching very softly not tight, and it looks became better than the first! whew...
The next is #3, but it's one over one that I really don't like, huh don't like?
No, I'm not good at one over one very very much!!!
So I was going to back stitch for this part as borrowing graph of Aida version, lol.
But Merumo gave me advice to do tent stitch!
I have never thought about tent stitch, so I really appreciate for her advice!
Thank you again, Merumo!
I hope tent stitch will be fine!
Before I try to do tent stitch for #3, I'm going to stitch "Anna Millet, 1895" SAL with Carol R., and also "Isabella Johnstone" SAL with Terri!
By the way, I have been so worried about the earthquake in New Zealand...
I have experienced "Great Hanshin earthquake" or "Kobe earthquake" when I was young, so I know how it was scared.
There are many of Japanese people in Christchurch, too.
I do really hope our prayer will reach for them.
Take care and have a lovely day.
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