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Friday, February 17, 2012

A little Friday show n tell

I finished the LHN model I was working on the other day so I picked up a couple of personal wips to stitch since then.

Coincidentally, Diane "revealed" a previous design that I model stitched for her, Spring Band Sampler.  You can see it on her blog here:

http://littlehouseneedleworks.blogspot.com/2012/02/february-update.html

I put a few more stitches in LHN Family Sampler:


...and a few more stitches in one of the PS Summer Samplers:



I may have mentioned that one of my DS's was hired as a model once for a drawing class at the community college here.  (It was a very interesting experience for him....a lot harder for him than he'd expected.)  I recently found out that one of the students painted a portrait of one of her sketches from that day and that she decided to give it to us after it was featured in an art exhibit.  I went to pick it up yesterday.  Now we have to figure out where the best place would be to hang it.  Right now "he" sits on my couch and I've startled a few times walking into the room and seeing "him" there.  (The real "he" is away at college.)  I think the artist did a pretty good job except she got his eye color wrong.  It will be a very nice keepsake for him.  (He LOVES playing his bass so he'll really like this.)



I hope everyone has a great weekend!

4 comments:

Mouse said...

oooo well done on your stitching updates and cooo nice portrait of your DS :)
love mouse xxxx

cucki said...

aww sweet stitching..i love them so much..
great portrait of your DS..
big hugs xxx

Pumpkin said...

Beautiful job Rita! I don't know how you can give it up afterwards though ;o)

Love seeing your stitching progress.

How neat! That was very nice of her.

Margaret said...

That's so cool that you model stitch for LHN! It's a beautiful one for sure! Love your family sampler progress! And PS -- anything PS I love. lol! That picture of your DS is so cool. How nice of the artist to give it to you! I bet it was an interesting experience for him to model like that. We should get our DS's together for some bass talk sometime. :D