Sunday, November 18, 2007

Spring Ride is taking shape


It's Spring Ride night again. I think that now it is starting to take shape. I can see some of the girl's face and neck starting to take shape at last :-)

I finally realized why I am so far behind in blog commenting. I am not too far behind in reading, but am in commenting. My work load is increased - more new clients and much more new paperwork... and, a very large number of stitching commitments. So, I realize that I spend a lot of time with clients/paperwork at work (LOL - I think that is how it is supposed to be), and most of my free time at home curled up stitching to meet those commitments! Thank you again to those who still find time to comment in my blog. You are so appreciated :-)

Stitched on today: Stitched a PIF gift, and Spring Ride

13 comments:

Gill said...

Oh my gosh, Spring Ride is looking so pretty Carol!

Marika said...

I know exatly what you mean ! I have to slow down with exchange next year. But it´s so much fun to give.....

Old Yankee Stitcher said...

Spring Ride is lovely. I look forward to seeing more revealed as you make progress.

Little Cat said...

She's looking gorgeous Carol. I had a good session with her last night and I'm really enjoying the SAL.

Anonymous said...

Great progress Carol! Ann.

Susan said...

You're making great progress, Carol - she'll have a face before you know it!

Sherry said...

Spring Ride is looking wonderful! I love watching your progress!

Barbara said...

Spring Ride is looking great! Good luck staying on top of all your commitments!!

Michelle said...

Spring Ride looks beautiful. Congrats on having more clients - I assume that's a good thing - but I hope that you are not feeling overwhelmed by it. I know I appreciate any chance you get to check in on my blog - comments or no. And I will continue to check in on you!

Isabelle said...

Spring Ride looks so beautiful Carol! :)

Sonnja said...

Great progress!
Kind regards,

Sonnja, from the Netherlands

stitcherw said...

The colors in this are so pretty, I love looking at them.

Good luck with balancing work, your stitching commitments, and the holidays. This time of year really seems to get so hectic. Try not to pull yourself to thin.
Sue

Maria del Valle said...

Hi Carol
Is so beatiful, I like this embroidery.