Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Too Humid To Stitch


Just a little of the new motif on Serenity tonight. It is way too humid to stitch here. I am watching the Celtics-Lakers game in my finished basement and no air conditioning. I just can't keep my hands dry enough to stitch much tonight. Thunderstorms are on the way, and hopefully the weather will be better for stitching tomorrow.

Stitched on today: Stitched on CE exchange, stitched on ABC Exchange, and stitched on Serenity

14 comments:

Georgie said...

Serenity is coming along beautifully! I love it

Hazel said...

I am so loving the colours on this! It is working up beautifully. x

Barbara said...

I hate to stitch with sticky hands, too! Hope it dries out/cools off for you!

Carol R said...

Serenity is so beautiful.

Do we get pictures of the 'finished basement' - is it your stitching studio?

livnlaf said...

The colors are gorgeous Carol. FYI...the storms blew through here last night and there was a 20 degree temperature difference in two hours. You should have that soon too.

Lisa said...

I just love your Serenity. I actually like it better watching your progress than the pic on the chart - I never would have even thought of buying it from that, but I'm thinking about it because of your pics. Good work!

Kim B said...

Serenity is really beautiful. Hope that muggy weather clears up!

Andrea said...

Looking good. :)

We've had acouple of fairly hot days but now it's turning colder again. :(

Anonymous said...

It's a nice colour shift in the motifs. Great work Carol. Ann

Annemarie said...

See, that´s why I prefer winter! Hope the weather gets better soon. Your Serenity is coming along beautifully, though!

Susan said...

Serenity is beautiful. You still managed to get a bit of stitching done, even with the humidity.

ClaireEJ said...

Serenity is an amazing piece. What I can't find anywhere is who the design is by, help please....

Beatrice said...

This is such an interesting piece...everywhere you look and new motif..such beauty!

Teejay said...

Absolutely wonderful work, I love it!