Tuesday, 20 September 2016

September WIPocalypse

September's Harvest Moon was a beauty for sure and I wish I had had my camera with me as we saw it rise over the horizon on our trip home that night. It lit our path all the way home.

I've really only been stitching on 2 main patterns the past month. One of them is my commitment for my Smalls SAL and you will see a pic of it at the end of the month. The other is the Stacy Nash design which I started at the end of August. Here is my progress on the Blackwater Hollow Sampler.

It's slowly coming along. I'm really enjoying it so far. Hopefully it won't take me too much longer to complete it. I have so many other projects that I want to get started at. 

With September's arrival my two local stitching groups have started to gather once again. Neither of these groups stop during the summer but attendance is down considerably from during the year. I know that I myself dropped out from both groups this summer. The weather was great and there were just too many other things that I wanted to do. 

I'm afraid that I don't have any other stitching to share with you at this time. With any luck that will change by the time next month rolls around. I'll leave you with a picture of my youngest granddaughter, Summer. This was taken by her father, my son Jeff, on one of their many visits to the park to see the ducks. This is one of my favourite photos from this summer.


  1. Beautiful Stitching and I agree the Harvest Moon was stunning.

  2. Blackwater Hollow looks great, nice fabric.
    The pic of your granddaughter is a beautiful pic.

  3. What a beautiful picture of your granddaughter!

    Blackwater Hollow is looking great - I really like how the flowers grow out of the cauldron! How lucky you are to have local stitching groups.

  4. Your cross stitch is lovely and your grand daughter's photo is even lovelier.

  5. Hi Lynn: The photo of your Granddaughter is beautiful worthy of framing.
    Love the design you are stitching.


  6. Love how Blackwater Hollow is looking!

  7. Beautiful stitching and awesome photo of your granddaughter! Can't wait to see your progress next time!

  8. What a beautiful picture of your grand daughter. Beautiful

  9. It's so much fun to see autumn projects being stitched on the blogs again. All these wonderful oranges and reds. A great designs that you were stitching.

  10. A very tranquil picture your son captured of your grandaugher, its splendid.
    Nice stitching too.

  11. Very pretty stitching! Cute GD also.