Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A Stitchery Finish

I feel like I've been away for ever! I know it has been a few days and not much exciting has been going. I had to call the doctor for another antibiotic to get rid of this infection I've had. He called me in a Z-Pak. Well, whatever it is I don't like it very well. OK it doesn't like me very well. I can't decide what's worse... being sick OR the side effects of it. UGH!!!! Yesterday was my last day of it and I'm feeling a bit better, but I still have a horrible cough.

Sick or not I got some things done. For those of you who aren't friends with me on Facebook, I started a Christmas stitchery on the first day of fall. LOL I know really??? The mood struck so I ran with it. So, basically, this took up most of the weekend trying to get it done so I didn't do much else. The pattern is done for this stitchery with the exception of the cover page. I think I will stain it again to get it a little darker, frame it, and take pictures. I'm hoping to have this pattern out very soon.



I did manage to get all 3 borders on my daughter's quilt too. I just need batting and a backing fabric so that I can finish it. I have already started thinking about my next quilt project. However, I need to concentrate on a few more fall goodies for the booth and then start Christmas stuff. I know I do this to myself all the time. I always get a late start with the upcoming holidays then feel in a rush to get them finished. I hate when I do this to myself. LOL. Anyway, the borders... I couldn't take the quilt outside to take a photo because the grass is all wet. I will try later and post a picture of the entire thing tomorrow.



I know this short and sweet, but I really need to do something today other than hang out in my pajamas drinking coffee today. I will try to be back tomorrow with some interesting things I worked on today.
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15 comments:

ohiofarmgirl said...

I adore your pattern. It looks so wonderful! Dianntha

Lee Hill Primitives said...

Awesome stitchery. Love it!

Tina said...

Hope you get to feeling back to normal soon. I love the patterns you are making. Brilliant!

Sheila said...

Hi Mary!
Wonderful stitchery-just wish I had the patience to work on something that time consuming.;-)
Hope you continue to feel better, but take it slow or it will continue to hang on.
Love that quilt you made for your daughter.
Take care and rest up.
Bless you,
Sheila

Tamera @ the Stone Fence Cottage said...

ugh I hate the z-pac stuff, too!! Hope you knock this stuff out SOON!!

Love the stitchery and quilt.
I'm still collecting "goodies" for you!

Penny said...

Feel better!! Hope the new meds help.....
Your Christmas stitchery is wonderful -- I love it!! I'll be watching for the pattern.....
Great quilt for your daughter.... I'm sure she will love curling up in it! :)
Have a happy day!

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Wonderful job on the stitchery~ love it~
wishing you well~ kick that bug!!
smiles
Teresa

Green Creek Primitives said...

Love the stitchery, turned out really nice. Hope you feel better. Vicky

lilraggedyangie said...

Wow Mary ...wish you would hurry up and get better darn bugs anyway just hang on this lovely Ohio weather helps nothing either! I love the new stitchery ...and here I thought you were posting an apology cause you were gonna pack it up and send it to me:0) lol Have a great day and happy stitching ! hugs lilraggedyangie

Raymond Homestead said...

Hope you feel better soon, love the stitchery!

TheCrankyCrow said...

Love the new stitchery Mary!! And that quilt is awesome....what a treasure for your daughter. I'm amazed at how those colors works so well together. Take care and get better - Z-Paks are my best friend - but usually end up doing two of them....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

renee said...

It's GORGEOUS MARY! Both of them! I think pretty much everything you make is A-okay in my book!
I always like hearing your stories, and I DO hope that Steve gets that job! That would be awesome!
Have a great night.
Hugs,
Renee

Angela said...

Hi Mary, So hoping the meds this time help ALL your symptoms disappear and you will be fine and fitting again. Sucks not feeling well.
Love the stitchery and the quilt. Take care of yourself and rest so the meds can work. We want you well and happy again.
hugs
Angela

annie said...

Hope you feel better soon, honey & lemon tea will help a cough. I love your stitching and the colors on the quilt.
Blessings!

Connie said...

I love that pattern :) Please let me know when it's available!

Hugs
Connie