Happy Sunday, all! Just a quick post, because I have a few things to do before I head off to bed. I have been working diligently on Liz Easdon but hit the wall when I got to the lawn. Tiny over-one and regular size animals, then all that green satin stitch, worked around the animals. Every other thing is done on this project, including putting my initials and the year on it, but I just have to get motivated to keep going on the lawn.
And a little bit of a closer look.
Since this is my year to finish large projects, I think this finish will be my next one: "Dorothy Walpole" by the Scarlet Letter.
But I couldn't resist a little start as lawn relief. This chart has been in my stash forever--"Bunny Parade" by the Workbasket.
Which I'm starting on the remnant of PTP 40 count (Heritage I think) left over from Catharine McNeal. It's charted for GAST, but I'm doing an on-the-fly conversion to Belle Soie.
Elizabeth is a little embarassed by this shot. I was holding her in my lap (not a favorite, although like a lot of bunnies, when her head tilts back, she zones out and becomes docile) to brush her. I have never had a rabbit with so much fur. It wafts around the room. She says to have a happy week!