Friday, April 21, 2006

The push toward the finish line

The weekend has begun, and now also begins my push toward the finish line with Part 7 of Medieval Town Mandala. I made it all the way across to the edges now, but have one medium sized and one small building still to add atop them, then some specialty stitches and backstitching. I am amazed, though, that Judi emailed me today saying she just started this part today and has found it to be a quick stitch. Huh? Makes me wonder what I am doing wrong... unless she has more than 3 hours per day to stitch? I asked her to tell me her secret! This is such dense stitching, how can it be done quickly?? LOL

Stitched on today: Quaker Garden and Medieval Town Mandala

8 comments:

Judith said...

Your are getting there Carol. I just put a pic of mine in my blog.

Karoline said...

MTM is looking stunning Carol

Karen's Blog said...

Wow, MTM is just stunning Carol. Well done:)

Bea said...

Carol, great progresses for your Medieval Town! I love your Gardern Quaker too. Have a nice weekend.

Von said...

Carol, it seems some people just have lightning needles. I always thought you were one of them!! I don't think I'd get that much done in three hours a day, lol!

tkdchick said...

Carol that's a lot of work I don't think I could get through that in one day!

lena-lou said...

What a stunning design it looks like hard work....I think I would still be in the middle if I was doing it. You seem to be doing it pretty fast.

Nicki said...

Maybe it's all relative. I'd swear part 8 of Alpine took less time than the other three quarters, but I think I was just happier when I did it!

You can do it - not too much more to do and then you'll have half of the houses done! :)