This was a fun stitch. I made some changes to the design to accommodate the alphabet I chose to replace the one over one alphabet in the chart. I also discovered that in more than one place the image on the chart cover does not match the charted stitches, so adapted those (either choosing charted section or the way it looked on the cover photo) as I felt like it. I also changed a color or two and like how it turned out. I especially love the border and corner squares.
It will get put aside for the moment until I have time to dig through the frames. I think I might have one that will fit this. The stitched area on the fabric I used is about 5″ x 8.25″. I started this June 6 so it took about a week to stitch.
Now on to the pattern adoption recipient from last week and this week’s chart to be adopted. Remember – it is your responsibility to check back next Sunday if you put your name in as an adopter of a chart to see if you have been selected and must have a US mailing address. I think I still have one or two recipients from May 23 who haven’t responded with their addresses. If I don’t get an email with mailing addresses, the charts will just be tossed back in my stack next weekend and put up for adoption. I’ve got stitching (and other stuff to do) so I am not sending out individual emails to each person asking for their email – if you want to adopt charts you need to check back to see if you have been chosen. As for being chosen – the adoption of Vintage Flowers goes to Ruth Chow. My email address can be found on my blog in the section under my photo so please send me a private email with your mailing address rather than leaving your address in the comment section. Thanks.
This week’s chart for adoption is Easter Peep Parade. Leave a comment with the word Easter in it if you are interested in adopting the chart.
Now I need to clean up and put away my flosses while I contemplate just what I might want to stitch on next.