Now you will be singing that all day!
Since I've been in such a tidying up of loose ends frame of mind, I pulled out my Summer Sampler next. The second motif just needed a few more details to complete:
Those French knots were not for the faint of heart! They are not perfect, but I don't think I can do any better.
The bite out of the left side is for the next motif, the postcard from paradise! That's next, but probably not soon, because I have still more loose ends to finish up. ;)
enjoyed the sea cruise, mind you would not like to be on one as I get so sea sick. Have you tried colonial knots instead of french ones, I find them much easier to do, avoiding the french ones if at all possible.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Margaret. I haven't tried Colonial knots yet. The instructions look a little confusing, but I'm sure it is just a matter of doing it. I will keep that in mind!Delete
I have been looking at a river cruise along the Mekong next year, and thought from your header you might be posting from a stitching cruise! You are not wrong about the music. I'm glad the bite is not an iceberg!ReplyDelete
The ship looks great in stitching - for my own travel I think I'll look for something smaller!
Iceberg - lol! I didn't know they offered cruises on the Mekong, or in that area at all, really! It sounds interesting, but too hot for me. ;)Delete
I am in serious awe of you, cleaning up projects from your "archives". Hey, but when you're stitching to a tune like "Sea Cruise", it's all a lot of fun. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Thank you! It's a "sea change" for me, to be finishing more than I start! ;)Delete
That's so fun that you set us up with some music first. I'm a big fan of your sticheries and this one is as brilliant as always!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Rachael! Fun is the name of the game around here. :DDelete