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Monday, March 28, 2011

Isabella Johnstone SAL : Week #1 and #2

Here is Isabella Johnstone SAL with Terri. Actually from today Week #4 is started, so I'm very behind...


Here is a photo of Week #1. Normally I don't like to stitch leaves, though this is fun.


  Here is a photo of Week #2, though I found a big mistake and had to frog them, as you can see the right side leaves and stems were already frogged...

And today I finshed Week #2. A photo isn't showing the colours justice, though it's so beautiful sampler. I'm going to stitch Week #3 and Mary Glover SAL, too.

 


I decided to delete my recent posts about disaster.Thank you for friends concerning about this issue and thank you for your advices and opinons.I appreciate for you all.




14 comments:

Nancy said...

Your sampler is so pretty Yuko! I look forward to watching your progress.

staci said...

Beautiful stitching, and I really love the fabric you're using too.

What your country is enduring is so very sad. I hope that everyone can find the strength to heal and rebuild. {{hugs}}

Josie said...

beautiful progress. I can't wait to see more.

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Beautiful progress, Yuko and your pictures are just gorgeous, too! I made a mistake and stitched the eyelets - but, I am still a bit behind - hopefully will catch up this week.

Have a great week!

Deb said...

It's looks great Yuko. I've been watching Terri's progress too and it's going to be a beautiful sampler.

merumo said...

You are making a great progress! I'm not crazy about the leaves at all, but it looks like the leaves are playing some important part of this sampler. Can't wait to see more!!

barbara r-g said...

love your piece and the work you have done is lovely.

Carol R said...

Great progress Yuko!
[[[Hugs]]]

Sally said...

Beautiful progress Yuko:)

kimberly said...

That looks great, awesome progress

Doris said...

Beautiful WIP Yuko, lovely colors.

Denise said...

I am personally sorry that you chose to delete the pictures and postings about Japan's disaster.
You are a friend to many all over the world who read your blog and we
are all concerned about you, your family and your country. You are the only real 'link' some of us have to Japan. Please keep us informed about how things are going. We really want to know, you are special to us....

Susan said...

I agree with Denise ^

You're making great progress on your SAL. I am sorry about the frogs, though.

supergoof said...

I love your sampler!
Bye from The Netherlands!