The project I’ll start today is Every Opening Flower by Brenda Gervais.
The linen I’m using is 46 count Milk & Honey by Fiber on a Whim. I have a feeling there are at least a couple of colors of floss that may need to be changed but I’ll cross that bridge when I get to it.
I have a Victoria Clayton Silks conversion but with my linen, I may end up liking the cotton floss better. Hopefully I’ll get to start stitching today and be able to decide which floss I want to use and which colors I want to change.
Ginger S says
I just recently purchased that chart Judy. I love it. I have all of the floss colors and now need to pick the linen. This is the part that is most difficult for me. I will be looking forward to seeing your progress.
I’m not sure about some of the floss colors with my linen so I’m going to do a little floss tossing today before I start stitching. It’s a gorgeous day and the garden is calling so it will be later before I do any stitching. If you choose your linen soon, hop right in and join me in stitching this one. Another friend is stitching it too.
That is a gorgeous chart!
I think it’s pretty too. I seem to be wanting to stitch lots of Brenda Gervais’ charts these days.
Susan Larson says
You always find the most fun charts to do. And I love the project bags you made. I even found the pattern you used and made a few for myself. The only thing I did different was I quilted wavy lines across the whole length of the bag before sewing up the sides. That gave it more texture and stability. Thank you for sharing the link for them. Happy stitching!
Great idea on the wavy line quilting on the bags. There are so many wonderful charts out there. I wish I was a faster stitcher.
Cindy F says
This is such a lovely chart! I was really tempted to buy this but I still have Rejoice Evermore to get back to. It was one of my New Year’s Eve starts so there wasn’t much done on it. I still haven’t decided what to work on next so it might be that one!
Good discipline. Some day I’m going to be stronger! 🙂