Friday, June 22, 2018

Stitching: Part 2 Notre Dame

It’s full blown thunderstorm season here! A wonderfully fun time of year so long as you don’t need to go outside and don’t mind if your power or cable goes out! Lol. 

I recently completed the second of 10 parts in the Notre Dame series. These are gargoyles, chimeras, whatever you want to call them that are modeled off the exact statues on the exterior of Notre Dame Cathedral! 
I love seeing the stitching concept next to the original gargoyle picture that the designer, Ingleside Stitchery (Etsy only) had been sharing. There’s a fun Facebook group for this SAL as well which has greatly increased my desire to work on it. Now I just need Alice to get the same momentum. 
So far:

I’ve got sooo many new projects I want to start including some small ornaments using Coloris thread, a Jeannette Douglass gift for my mom, and a new baby Sampler (still to be chosen). 
And yet I still have 6+ projects on the go! 

Hope your spring (or autumn) stitching is blooming! 


Leonore Winterer said...

This is a lovely design, I always enjoy your updates on it! :)

Suz said...

That Notre Dame series piece is absolutely beautiful. I love the curves and the sharpness of the colors. Beautiful work and I look forward to seeing more! :)