Friday, June 27, 2014

stitch from stash report for June




There was actually some stitching going on this month...yay! I got through another month without spending any money on stash too. I have so much here that it makes it a little bit easier. And I really try to avoid looking at any of the new goodies coming out all the time.

Anyway, I finished one of my WIPs...Shades of Autumn, designed by Jo-Anne Mason for Dinky-Dyes Designs and stitched with Dinky Dyes silks which came with the pattern. I love the colors in this piece and it was really fun to stitch. The fabric is much more yellow than it appears in this photo.


When I went to look for another design to start, I found this one from Midsummer Night Designs all kitted up and ready to go. It is called Bloom and is stitched with Anchor threads. I stitched a bit more on it last night after taking the photo, so I think this one may be finished soon.


I'm looking forward to seeing how everyone else did this month.

Thanks for taking the time to visit, and I hope you all have a great weekend!

14 comments:

  1. Very pretty autumn stitch.

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  2. Congrats on your finish! It's a pretty one. The floss is really pretty!

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  3. I do like your 'Shades of Autumn' piece, love the colours. A great start to 'Bloom' too.

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  4. Ohhh, what a beautiful finish this is. Love the colours very much. And also your new start looks great. Looking forward to seeing it finished.
    You were doing great on this month's challenge. I also try NOT to look at the new releases but what I see on everybody's blog is enough to fill my wish list, lol.

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  5. Great stitching. Keep it up.

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  6. Ohhh that's pretty!!! Such a lovely combination of colors, and I do so love stitching with the Dinky Dyes silks.

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  7. Oh gosh...late comment! Looove the Shades of Autumn from Dinky Dyes!! Such a pretty design with lovely colours. Bloom is a nice design too and you've made good progress!!

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  8. You can stitch! Those both are aweome.

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