Sunday, April 30, 2006

Whoo-hoo! It's done!

Part 7 of Alpine Seasons that is. Okay, so I still have 5 parts to go, but I'm really delighted with this - both how it looks and the fact I got it done.


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It's been a long haul to get this far, but I still totally love the project. So far I managing to stay with my new philosophy of "enjoy each moment and don't stress about the total time it will take". Today being the end of the week, I'm at the end of this first slot in my renewed rotation, so this is the prefect place to stop. Next I'm going to get out Defender of the Kingdom and do however much I manage between tomorrow morning and next Sunday night. I have realised I'm unlikely to manage to stitch every day, so I think I'm at peace with that and I'll do whatever I can.

5 comments:

Kiwi Jo said...

Congratulations Kerry! It certainly is stunning. I ADORE your scrapbooking pages too - you are very talented :)

cathymk said...

Kerry, it looks wonderful! Congratulations!
Those trees and mountains look like a lot of solid stitching - I think it is a great idea to take a break from them. (Besides - Defender of the kingdom is fabulous too and I'd love to see you progress a little on that one - no pressure intended!)
All the best, stay well.

Nicki said...

It's beautiful Kerry! Congratulations! Halfway there round those mountains :)

fudgey said...

looking great...
the colours look really good on that fab, and to get half way around that mega mountain range..which must feel like the Andes at times is a real achievement IMO..

StitchCat said...

Looking good :)