Wednesday, August 26, 2009

What I am working on and Textures of my home Part 1

Just wanted to share what I am working on this Wednesday. My lil stitchery from Shelly Auen
When I finish it will be "Believe"primitive santa.Hopefully it will look a lil bit like it's suppose to.I have never cross stitched on anything but aida cloth. I am having a hard time seeing the lil holes.It's not as easy as it seems.I will post pictures as soon as it is completed.

The second part of my post is textures in my home. Alot of you girls have been doing this and thought I would join in. It is very easy to get carried away. I will post a second part soon and maybe even a third! Hope everyone is having a great week.Have a wonderful day,

Until next time,


Carmen C. said...

Hi Sherry! I love your textures:) I'm doing the textures on my blog tomorrow and it was alot of fun!!! Hope you have a great day:)

carolyn@primitive~devotion said...

I'm sure your stitchery will turn out great!

And your texture photos are AWESOME! Thanks for joining in. It sure has been fun taking all the pics and seeing everyone else's!

Have a great day, girlie!

millerhomestead said...

Hi Sherry, great textures! That was such a fun post to do. Thanks for sharing. God bless, Jamie

Kris ~ Simply Prim said...

Great texture pics, Sherri!
Cross stitching on 28 count or a larger count can really strain the eyes!! I bought a magnifying glass that hangs around your neck and rests on your chest. What a difference it makes!! You can see every little nook and cranny in the fabric! Can't wait see your
santa when you get hime done!

Take care,

Leslie said...

I just found you through another blogger. :) I am the "founder" of Whatcha Working On Wednesday :) I"m always surprised to run into others out there on the web that participate and I never knew of them before...thanks for joining in :)


Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Love them Sherri!!

Nanna said...

the cross stiching is coming along nicely,yes it is hard to see those tiny holes LOL I've never had the patience for cross stiching, my sister can sit & do it for hours