Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Egyptian Sampler

It has been dark and rainy here today. It has rained so much that the ditches are full of water along the sides of the roads. So what does a girl do on a day like this? Cross Stitch of course! :) I worked on Egyptian Sampler on Monday night so I just picked it back up today.

It is supposed to continue raining tonight and tomorrow so hopefully I should get some good stitching done. :)

Before I go, Chiloe, ( I'm so sorry I forgot to answer before now!!) asked what are the ages of my kids. Krissy is 14 but will turn 15 before the baby is born. Allie is 13 and Mac just turned 10 years old.

16 comments:

Kim B said...

Wow that is really coming along!

Dee said...

Wowzers, Dawn! You stitch VERY quickly. ES is beautiful!

Vonna said...

Looking great Dawn!

Carla said...

Looks wonderful!!!

Chiasmata said...

Wow, fast progress! It's turning into a brilliant stitch.

Jenna said...

Your Egyptian Sampler is coming along so nicely!

Leslie aka zoeandcooper said...

You are zooming along on ES. It is looking great.

I don't know how I missed reading about the new baby. Congratulations! I am very excited for you:)

K in NY said...

Your sampler looks great!!

Sharon said...

Amazing progress! Looks great!

Sally said...

It's looking fantastic Dawn!

Itching To Stitch said...

Awesome progress you've made on ES. It's beautiful ;)

Svenja said...

The sampler looks great!

Von said...

There are fifteen years between my oldest and youngest, so my youngest child is closer in age to her niece and nephews than to their mother. :D

You have lots of extra hands to help you out both before and after the baby's arrival!

Becky K in OK said...

I was just thinking about your ES, and there it is. You're making wonderful progress. Same here with the rain in the ditches. I watched the one beside my duplex rise and rise. Sun actually peeked through the clouds for a while.

Carol said...

Dark and rainy (even snowy) here too! Wow, ES looks wonderful!

tkdchick said...

Wahootie almost 1/2 done!