mercoledì, ottobre 04, 2006

I'm back...

Finally I'm back.
I've not been writing for about a month.
September finished and it was a very sad month. This is why I didn't feel writing posts.
We were in mourning. Lore's father in law suddendly passed away and he left his wife, Lore's sister, and two children. It was a great loss to our family and we were really busy with a lot of things.
I would like to apologize for not taking part in your blogs with posts and not sending what I had to send.
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A new month arrived and it's time to speak again about cross stitch and goals.

My September goals were:
- stitch August and September Flip-It by LK no!

- stitch the monthly Christmas ornament no!

- finish The bookshelf YES!!

- finish Daisy Lane Cottage YES!!

- stitch a block of Terre de France no!

- start a pattern by Sisters and Best Friends as a SAL with some Italian friends YES!!

- work on Quaker Garden no...

Here are the October's goals:

- stitch August, September and October Flip-It by LK
- stitch the monthly Christmas ornament and the September one
- stitch a block of Terre de France
- work on the pattern by Sisters and Best Friends started as a SAL with some Italian friends
- work on Quaker Garden
- finish a charity pattern I started last month
- work on Merry Christmas by Brightneedle (SAL with some French ladies)

- finish the curtains for my kitchen (I worked on them during September and I'm pretty happy about the results)

Now we can see the pictures of my progresses during the past month.

I started Winter Peace, a pattern by Sisters and Best Friends that I'm stitching as a SAL with some Italian friends.




Yesterday I started stitching the Pear Tree Inn by Little House Needleworks as autumnal SAL with the ladies of the LHN group.




I started a charity pattern to take part in a project for Love Quilt America.




I worked on the August Flip-It by Lizzie Kate.




I finished The Bookshelf by LHN.


Stitched on Lugana 32ct, Hazelnut, Silkweaver.


And I finished the Daisy Lane Cottage by LHN.

14 commenti:

Isabelle ha detto...

((((((Bea))))))) I'm so sorry you've been through such a difficult time. Silly me thought you were just busy. I'm so sorry.

Your stitching is beautiful, I really love the bookshelf and the cottage. You did a great job!

Take care now, *hugs!*

xsquared ha detto...

I'm so very sorry for your loss. I had bookmarked your site a while ago and had wondered why you weren't posting.

AnneS ha detto...

Sorry to hear about your loss {{hugs}}. Your latest finishes are beautiful - just love those LHN designs :D

Lana ha detto...

Nice job on the finishes! I also love the WIP's!
~Lana~

Dolci Fusa ha detto...

Welcome back ;)
Vero

Chelle ha detto...

I'm so sorry for your loss! Your finishes are awesome. Thanks for sharing!

Ulla ha detto...

Wellcome back

I can understand you have had hard times and I hope you can find some joy but it can be very hard.Everything takes time.Let it take the time it needs.

So happy to see you have done some lovely embroideries.Congratulations.
My best regards
Ulla in the north of Sweden

Katrina ha detto...

dear Bea, so sorry to hear about your recent loss, you are in my thoughts.

Your finishes are just wonderful, as always :)

Ruth Rachel Vendsel ha detto...

Bea, it is nice to "see" you over at LHN again. I'm looking forward to your Pear Tree Inn progress. The Bookshelf is perfect; I just love your fabric and color choices.

I am terribly sorry to hear of your grief. May the Lord comfort you.

Carol ha detto...

Welcome back Bea! Your finishes are all wonderful!! I am so sorry to hear about your loss :-(

Sharon ha detto...

Hi Bea, sorry to hear about your loss-it is always terrible when somthing like that happens unexpectedly. Your finishes are lovely-great job!

Singular Stitches ha detto...

Bea, I'm so sorry to read of your loss.

*HUG*

KarenV ha detto...

I'm a bit late reading this - I'm so sorry for your loss.

You've had some lovely finishes just recently, they all look great!

elenamac ha detto...

Bea mi dispiace che è morto il cognato di Lore, sicuramente era giovane conoscendo quanto siete giovani voi! Felice di rileggerti online.
Comunque cognato in inglese è Brother-in-Law perchè il father-in-law è il suocero!
ciaooo
ele