Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Kind Fond Love (Not)!

I would have made more progress on KFL, but I can't count and I can't read chart symbols. I did a lot of ripping yesterday. Oh well, thankfully I'm back on track now Here's my latest progress pic...

Kind Fond Love as of 2/10/09

Kind Fond Love close up

I think I'm going to work on this today and Titania tomorrow since I haven't started the Quaker Virtues SAL with Amy and Vonna yet. I would like to try to get the section with the people finished before I move on to something else. Wish me luck! I don't want to frog anymore today! Write soon! :)

20 comments:

  1. I thought I saw that frog packing up and leaving my house, sorry it came to yours...

    Though you had to frog it is looking good.
    Natasha

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  2. Ripping out is so frustrating. I've had to do that so many times with the Albemarle blackwork design and I've just started it!

    Good luck with your stitching.

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  3. Nicole,

    Sorry to hear of your needing to pull out rather than stitch. It is such a sinking feeling when you realize you've made a mistake.

    It looks very nice. That border would have taken me a couple of weeks to stitch.

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  4. The frog came to my house yesterday too! I hate frogging so much!! It makoes you not want to work on it. Your progress is really pretty though! Have a better stitching day!!

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  5. I hope the frogs have left your place.... What you have already stitched is really pretty, though~

    Good luck with your stitching today~

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  6. This is looking great. I might just have to put this one on my list.
    You are not alone when it comes to counting, lol

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  7. Sorry about the frogs! :P Even with frogging, your sampler looks great. I hope you can make some good progress w/o the frog visiting!

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  8. I hadn't seen this pattern before you showed it here. It's a great piece. I'm enjoying watching your progress on it.

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  9. You sure made great progress considering the frog made his appearance. It looks lovely so far.

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  10. I'm sorry to hear about the frog visiting your house. Your piece does look beautiful though.

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  11. Looking so awesome, Nicole! I'm sorry you had to remove stitches. That always stinks.

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  12. It's looking great, Nicole! Hope that pesky frog stays away for a while!

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  13. You are an absolute turbo stitcher! Faster than anyone I've ever seen. I love that sampler and all the other BK's. I'm with you on the ripping, sister. I had to re-do a ton on The Plantation Sampler.

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  14. Best of luck, Nicole. I hadn't realised what a whopper this chart is until I saw this addition, with the lady. I do hope the frogs stay away.

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  15. Drat the frogs!! I've found they detest it when we merrily rippit. They only want to torment those of us who they can get a stomp and a bad word out of. I think they are goblins in disguise, Nicole!! You may need to stitch up a Voodoo Girl!!
    Hugs, Deb

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  16. Don't you hate that frog? It can really take away the enjoyment of a project. Still, you're showing good progress with it. :)

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  17. I'll keep my fingers crossed that the frog will stay away from this wonderful piece from now on. Love the two little squirrels.

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  18. KFL is looking great. Sorry you had to do some frogging.

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  19. I think you frogs may have taken up residence in my house. I have spent more time ripping out stitches than putting them in in the last few days.

    This piece is looking really great so far.

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  20. Oh wow! I haven't seen or heard of this one. I'm loving it!

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