This is a bit of a mini finish for me - some of you know this, but it has taken me just about forever to stitch this one house block - but today I got it done! And yes, I do like the color scheme better now than I did when I first started it. All that mish-mash down by the lawn still looks strange, but the house makes up for it - LOL!
To those who asked yesterday, yes, this is a Vicki Clayton conversion - one of her earlier conversions. I've received a lot of requests for this color conversion, so I created a blog for it and it is linked in my sidebar for you. That way you can grab it when you want it, and I don't have to keep retyping that long list for everyone :-) Vicki will package it up for you if you send her the list.
Instead of starting House 3, I decided to put a little time in on Women of the Mayflower for a couple of hours tonight :-) I just love this sampler. I wish some of the colors were as intense as they appear on the model, but that is the way it goes with hand dyed fibers. I had to special order the fibers as they are not sold locally, so they came in sight unseen. I don't really feel inclined to make changes. I can live with it. I ran out of time though - will have to finish filling in the "1620" box next time!
Stitched on today: Houses of Hawk Run Hollow and Women of the Mayflower