Not a lot of progress, but frogging steals the mojo! I got the first "N" in Corinthians done, finished off my thread then had to frog (rip it, rip it) that "N" because I didn't stitch it in blue as I was supposed to!
I even had it circled on my chart so I would remember and still had to frog it after stitching it in brown. Ah, it's stitched correctly in blue now, and another 2 awesome books of the Bible completed.
2 Corinthians 5:17. Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold all things have become new.
I may be a New Creation but I still make plenty of mistakes/ I do try to correct them though!
Thank you for visiting my blog today!
It migth be me, but I have a hard time seeing any blue letters here. But still mistakes must be cporrected. And yur sewing is really nice.ReplyDelete
Hi, Daffycat! Do you ever grid? I am thinking of trying it but not sure. Your work is beautiful as always.ReplyDelete
Good for you on getting 2 more books stitched!ReplyDelete
I obviously have missed something. Why are the 'n's in blue?ReplyDelete
It is beautiful in blue or brown :) Is there some meaning behind stitching the n in blue?ReplyDelete
Always best to unpick ,if I leave it I know and I am never happy .ReplyDelete
So nice to see you back to blogging, Sharon! This is quite the project you have going. I am one that loves stitching lettering so I look forward to watching it grow :)ReplyDelete
I'm also curious about the blue letters! Do they spell out a secret message?ReplyDelete