Tuesday, September 23, 2008

My First Blackbird

Well, after a long, long blogging absence, I have been inspired by my completion of The House on Acorn Hill today to actually get out the camera, take a picture and upload it onto the computer. Once that was done, it didn't seem like such a huge step to actually make a new blog post. So here I am.

It seems appropriate that this design is finished right at the beginning of autumn. And I have to say that, even though it has become cliche, I enjoyed every stitch. Fall is my favorite time of the year and I just love the colors that go with it. There are a few more Blackbird designs that I am eager to stitch, so there will hopefully be a new start around here soon.

Since I had the camera out, I snapped an updated picture of my LHN Dear Diary sampler. I am exactly at the halfway point on this one, and I'll be starting on the fifth little sampler tomorrow.

So far, the Abigail Winslow sampler has been my favorite. I just love the little ship, the dock and the brown house.

I also did the Lucy Fairchild in Savannah sampler which came out rather elegant.

I might take a short break on this large sampler compilation to work on a smaller wintry LHN. I haven't quite decided yet.

That is all for now. Until next time...


Paisley said...

Welcome back! Acorn Hill is gorgeous and your Dear Diary sampler is coming along nicely!

Sally said...

Good to see you posting again Laura. Strangely enough I was only thinking about you yesterday when I was catching up on blogs and wondering what you were up to and if you were OK.

Your BBD looks lovely as does your DD Sampler.

Vonna said...

Well lookie here, I've been thinking about you....and here you are and the LHN sampler is looking SO WELL and you have done more than I have the whole year... :o(

Your BBD is very nice! Congrats on the finish!

Suzanne said...

Wow, your Blackbird Design is really beautiful. I love the LHN sampler, it's looking great.

Anonymous said...

Acorn Hill is awesome and your LHN sampler is fabulous! Can't wait to see how it all turns out in the end. You're so close! Great idea!