Monday, February 06, 2006

OK, time to get to Medieval Town Mandala

OK, I started Part 5 of Medieval Town Mandala tonight. This is four hours work already.... there are four very heavy corners to do this month... oh my, I am going to be pretty busy!! I have SAL commitments the next two nights, but by Thursday I should be able to put a few straight days in on this... and I'll just see where I get from there... Judith, you've been a great inspiration while stitching this piece - I really love your fabric choice. It suits this design better than the white does.

Stitched on today: Medieval Town Mandala

13 comments:

~Harsha~ said...

you're one busy lady! WTG!

Barbara said...

What a gorgeously intricate design to get lost in!!!

Isabelle said...

Wow Carol, this is going to be gorgeous!!
Have a good day! :)

bunnyhead said...

So pretty!

Mel in Dubai said...

Oh my, Carol! MTM is looking fabulous!!! I am so far behind on mine ... still plodding away on Part 2! Your Mermaids of the Deep is looking terrific too :)

Judith said...

WOW me an inspiration. Yours look good too and yes changing fabrics after so much stitching would be to much. I decided at once that I just had to use this fabric for it as I think it looks a bit medieval.

BeckySC said...

It's stunning so far, Carol :)
AS is ALL your projects :)
hugs!

bunnyhead said...

PS: Congrats on being a Silkweaver Showcase finalist for Earth Angel!!!

Kathy said...

Wow that is stunning, look forwad to seeing more.

Hugs xxxxxx

AnneS said...

Wow, MTM is looking gorgeous - can't wait to see the corners finished ... I think that's when I'll really fall in love with it - all that turquoise will make it truly glow!! Not sure which fabric I like it best on - popped over to Judith's blog to compare, but the jury's out for me yet ;) You're making huge progress with your stitching as usual - even though I haven't had much time to post, I've been reading your blog every day via email :))

zoeandcooper said...

Wow, what a huge section on MTM this month. Yours looks great so far!! I absolutely love the blues that Martina picked for this one. Good luck with your progress.

Old Yankee Stitcher said...

Your work is lovely on MTM and I like the white fabric it is just a different look. Happy Stitching, CJ

Bastet said...

MTM is as stunning as ever. Boy is Martina keeping you busy this month!