Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Paradigm Lost Update

Just another Tuesday update of Paradigm Lost... I feel like I am stitching forever, and even feel like progress is made... then I put it down to look at it, and not as much is done as I thought - LOL! It's a huge sampler and is on 40 ct, I figure that must be why it keeps looking like slow progress to me! It is actually approaching the halfway mark now (not quite, but almost!).
Here is Beau, my almost 10 year old Persian. He hasn't been in my blog forever. Mike gave him a bit of a shave a few days ago, as he was getting matted. He was so cute curled up on an old cat blanket on the loveseat all night - I think the camera woke him up! ***Angus might get his stitches out on Thursday! We took his e-collar off for a few minutes tonight and he was purring so loudly! When we put it back on, he skulked away. Poor baby, I think it depresses him!

Stitched on today: Paradigm Lost

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think you are making great progress on Paradigm Lost - what a fabulous piece!

Anonymous said...

Paradigm is coming along nicely. Are you doing that over one on 40 count?

Beau is adorable! Makes me miss my kitty I had to leave behind with my mom.

Anonymous said...

It is a very impressive piece - the stitching looks so intricate! You will get there :)

Isabelle said...

Great progress on Paradim Lost, Carol. Believe me, we can see it, and it is impressive!

Your Beau is so beau ! Cute picture :)

Karen's Blog said...

Wow, I think PL is really coming along Carol. I think it looks like you have done heaps!!

Anonymous said...

I think you've done loads on this piece Carol.

Poor Angus, but at least he's still got his stitches in. I remember when I was still living at home, Brandy had to have stitches and even with the collar on he managed to get to the stitches and pull them out and I'm pretty sure his Sister Holly did the same thing!!!!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, I just want to cover that adorable kitty face with kisses its so cute! PL looks great. That piece looks enormous!

Anonymous said...

Beau is a sweetie! I had a cat just like him growing up...
PL is just beautiful! Again your tenacity shines through!
:)

Annemarie said...

Beau's a real cutie! And Angus must have been SO p'd off when you put the collar back on, poor thing.
You may not notice any progress, but I say PL is flying from your needle!

Barbara said...

I have a soft spot for long-haired white cats, so Beau looks like the perfect kitty to me. Glad to hear that Angus might be getting his stitches out - I'll keep my fingers crossed!

PL looks fabulous and I don't think your progress is at all slow!

BeckySC said...

PL looks fabulous, Carol :)

Sending you hugs :)

Jenna said...

I think that Paradigm Lost looks wonderful! Beau is so sweet. I love that picture. And I hope that Angus really is able to get his stitches out tomorrow so that the e-collar can come off permanently. :)

Anonymous said...

Beau is so cute! My last kitty was a flame point Himalayan, he was 17 when he left me. I love smooshed in faces. :-)

Anonymous said...

Paradigm Lost is great, every stitch makes a difference! Your cats are *so* cute!

Anonymous said...

Wow PL is looking great looking forward to seeing it finished. Beau is soo cute he looks really cuddly.

Hugs xxxxxx

Anonymous said...

Paradigm is really pretty and I can't believe how much stitching you get done! Your kitty is just sooooo cute!! I am glad that Angus is doing better too! Debby

Anonymous said...

PL is looking great!! love the fabric you chose for it :)

Katrina said...

Beau looks so contented there Catol, he's gorgeous. Keep up the great stitching on PL, I look forward to seeing your update on this each week.

Anonymous said...

That is beautiful....alot of work!

Carol said...

Poor sweetie Angus! Is he doing well then? Voiding OK? I think I'm going to use that pic of him with the collar as my desktop background. I keep looking at it and laughing my a#& off.

Anonymous said...

Paradigm Lost looks great!!!

Beau is beautiful. Lucky cat with all that fur ... we are still in the teens today. Never mind the wind chill.