Thursday, 26 April 2018

Early posting for Friday Frolics this week...

As I knew that today is going to be a very busy day: Site meeting for "Grand Designs Eaglemont: Two House Project:Back House" with the builder and architect, then a catch up lunch with an old school friend and lastly, dinner and then a play at the Heidelberg Theatre Company - phew! I am exhausted just thinking about it - lol! - I shifted my Friday Night Frolics to Thursday and picked up Just Nan's Morning Song  - the last time I stitched on this was 6th January, 2017!!!!!!!



As you can see, I finished that dratted light green plait stitch on the bottom band and now have five (not all complete)sheep. There is still a bit to do on this band, Band 10 and after that there are still Bands 11, 12 (a big band) and 13 to go.  At the top, I managed to complete Bands 3 and 4 and I still have Bands 1 (a big band) and 2 to go.  So, altogether I have finished seven and a half bands out of 13 - so more than halfway.

I will probably keep stitching on it on Saturday, before New Start Sunday, and try to maybe get Band 10 finished before it is put away again - hopefully Morning Song will appear again sooner rather than later, I would really love a Happy Dance with this project.


P.S. I am having ANOTHER Girl's Nest Giveaway (#6) on my main blog, Kitten Stitching, click on the pic below if you would like to enter.  Closes May 31st.


Meari said...

Beautiful stitching!

FlashinScissors said...

It’s looking great, Kaye! Love the sheep!
Plait stitch looks interesting. I haven’t seen that stitch before but I googled it. My, it does look a small stitch, i guess it must be fiddly?
Barbara xx

Khristine Doiron said...

I love this so much!! Those roosters! It is beautiful Kaye!

Brigitte said...

This is such a beautiful band sampler. I love Just Nan's band sampler a lot and have stitched some of them in the past but I think this one is still in my stash, unstitched. It must be so much fun to stitch on it.

deb said...

Great progress on your JN ... though I couldn't help thinking that those sheep are coming to get you because you ignored them for so long, LOL.