Wednesday, November 16, 2011

College, Middle Earth, TUSAL, Oh my!

I'll start with the 2012 TUSAL. Hop on over to Daffycat's blog and sign up for the 2012 TUSAL! I'll be emptying my ORT jar and starting from scratch January 1!

Now for the stitchy update. I worked on College and Middle Earth. This will also serve as my pre-IHSW picture for College. I haven't gotten to stitch much on it since I had to get some stuff installed in my car that I wanted, but here goes!

Before:


After:


College of Magical Knowledge by James Christensen from Heaven and Earth Designs
Stitching on 25 count antique white Evenweave
1 thread over 1 with DMC

And now for Middle Earf, as Boyfriend likes to call it.

Before:


After:


Middle Earth from Heaven and Earth Designs
Stitching on 25 count antique white Evenweave
1 thread over 1 with DMC

I won't be able to post my post-IHSW update until Wednesday, but I hope you all have an awesome weekend of stitchy fabulousness.

10 comments:

Kate said...

I am looking forward to seeing the progress that you make on these, the college picture is amazing.

Donna said...

Great progress!! The detail in college is amazing!!

nikkin said...

What beautiful progress photos, they both look amazing! And btw, I LOVE your new car!

/hugs
Nikki

Lauren - Ambitious Stitches said...

These are looking great! My husband would love the Middle Earth design, but I'm afraid the colors would drive me crazy if I had to stitch them. =)

The Crafty Princess said...

Yay you've hit more castle! Great progress it's coming along really well. I can't wait for more progress wips. Keep going you're getting to the exciting bits. Congratulations! xo

Bec said...

Nice progress :) looking foward to seeing your IHSW photos. Hope you are enjoying your new car xo

Joysze said...

Whooo, Ewa. Lots done, especially on Middle Earth. They both look great.

Looking forward to seeing IHSW pics. :D

Mireille said...

what a work, great.

Mireille

Kate said...

Those are beautiful WIPs! Looking forward to watching them grow!

♥ Nia said...

good progress! :)