Here is France F. I have changed the colors quite a bit. It had just too many pinkish tones and lavender for me. I am using my old favorites DMC 355 and 356. I wish I had a LNS so I could explore more threads. Maybe the SBA and I should make a road trip to Portland! I could visit Acorns and Threads. I have no trouble with charts and even linen, as I have my favorites. It is just so hard to get accurate color on the computer for all the various threads.
This will be a quick stitch and give me a chance to try some 36ct. linen that I have purchased. I'm going to move some of the motifs closer so I can put it in a 5x7 frame. ( The frame Sunflower Santa was in).
First, sorry for the line in the photo. I am so excited to stitch this one and I have Mary at "Stitches and More" to thank. She had stitched this one and I saw it on her blog. Last Jan. 1, I made the resolution to live this Psalm, "This is the Day the Lord Has Made, let us rejoice and be glad in it. I really wanted to appreciate the true value of ordinary days. I think this verse says it all. I mentioned this to Mary and she immediately offered her pattern to me when she finished the sampler. It comes form Just Cross Stitch Magazine,Feb.2009 so I have no idea if I could have found it. Thanks to Mary, this will be project 3.
Meg's Bunny will be my project for spring, more stitching on 36 count. I found this on Ebay last year.
Thanks so much for joining me and have a terrific week!