Sunday, February 15, 2015

Gifted Gorgeousness SAL

I've almost missed my February update of Gifted Gorgeousness SAL hosted by Jo. My Super Duper Crazy Challenge is keeping me extremely busy  but I've managed to work a little on the Quaker Christmas Sampler.  Here is my progress:
I hope I will show you more next month. There also will be another project. Seven years ago Tammy gifted to me beautiful Rocky Mountain Christmas chart and finally I decided to bring that piece to life.
So long my friends,
Evalina

32 comments:

  1. Nice progress on your GG piece. And so great to see Rocky Mountain Christmas on your blog as well. I started mine last month after having it in my stash for more than 15 years. I'm looking forward to seeing you start stitching it.

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    1. Thank you Brigitte. I have a few colors missing for my RMC, going shopping today and soon there will be a WIP photo (smile)

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  2. Beautiful projects. I love the color on you Quaker piece.

    CJ

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    1. Nice work on Quaker Christmas. I look forward to seeing Rocky Mountain Christmas that is a lot of work but such a beautiful piece.

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  3. Beautiful. I cannot imagine the hours in the Rocky Mountain piece.

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  4. Love the piece your working on Evalina. I'm so looking forward to watching your progress on RMC. The way you stitch, you should have it done in no time. I think I have that chart.

    Linda

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    1. Thank you dear Linda, I think you're giving me way to much credit...

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  5. The Quaker piece is looking good. RMC is a huge challenge, but such a gorgeous piece. I'm pretty sure it's in my stash as well.

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  6. Gosh that Rocky Mountain Christmas is going to be some work, isn't it? But I bet it'll be so beautiful when you finish it. I have a tropical flower bouquet which is about 80% finished and left for at least 10 year. I know, I should go find it and finish the darn thing. :D Big hugs for a lovely week for you.

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  7. Great projects. I love anything Quaker!

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  8. The Rocky Mountain chart is beautiful. Can't wait to see it started.

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  9. Thanks for taking part in GG this month. Looks like I will have to keep the SAL going for a while given the size of Rocky Mountain!

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  10. Lovely GGs and that Rocky Mountain chart is huge! I think I would be quite happy in a house like that, with all that snow, and all those trees......

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  11. So looking forward to seeing your Rocky Mountain Christmas piece come to life! It is beautiful!

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  12. loving rocky mountain which looks magnificent.. love the landscape. ;)

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  13. I love the red you're using for your Quaker piece. And Rocky Mountain Christmas is awesome...

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  14. Wow, I so look forward to seeing the Rocky Mountain Christmas piece grow--what an undertaking!!

    Love that Quaker WIP, too :)

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  15. Rocky Mountain Christmas is one of my favorite pieces! I have it in my stash too, one day I too shall brave it and try to stitch it up. Love the red of the Quaker Christmas piece.

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  16. The Rocky Mountain Christmas piece looks like a true challenge, good luck with it!

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  17. Oh charming the Quaker sampler is - love seeing this peek!

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  18. Belle avancé de la broderie et une magnifique grille ,curieuse de voir le début bonne soiree Marie-Claire

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  19. Will look forward to seeing your Christmas start. Love the red Quaker sampler.

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  20. Quaker zapowiada się ciekawie. Ten zimowy widok cudowny- kocham domy i zimę :) Pozdrawiam.

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