We had our first official snowfall of the season considering how the rest of the winter has been, this will probably be our *only* snowfall.
We didn't get a lot, maybe 3" or 4", but it looks so pretty this morning
And the sky is the most amazing shade of blue
As you didn't come to an IHSW post to read about snow, here is what I stitched this weekend:
|Snowgirls by Country Garden Stitchery|
Stitched on Silkweaver's 28-county Mulberry Mix with Weeks Dye Works Threads
|Secret Victorian Garden by Chatelaine|
Stitched on 32-county Carol's Meadow from Silkweaver's Fabrics with recommended Fibers and Beads
To accommodate my stitching style I turned the piece over so the bottom left in this photo is the upper right in the first photo. The fabric is actually a very light green with hints of pink/purples, not beige or blue. I was able to finish half of part nine and get a start on part 10. I have today off it's President's Day here in the states, so I plan to continue with part 10. As the last parts are divided by quarter, I will continue on to parts 11 and 12 before moving on to the bottom left.
I have also been contemplating my WIPocalypse plan. As the idea is to finish things, I think that once I make one rotation through my list I will pick out two or three pieces to focus on and add the others in as I have finishes. I do reserve the right to change my mind again, as I rather enjoying seeing a different project each week.