Saturday, 24 April 2010

The Peacock framed and other bits and bobs

My framer has been waiting for the green mounting board for the Peacock Tapestry for some weeks. It eventually arrived and I collected the finished work this week. It is BIG. I am really pleased with it and it has replaced Inspirations in my hall.

Sewing has had to take a back seat for a while so I have only done a little of the Wool Gatherer which I am enjoying.

I managed to finish the March teapot in April!

This is part of April's which I expect I will finish in May. I think I will miss May and start on June so that I have a chance of finishing one before the new month starts.

Last but not least I have managed to keep up with Yoyo's Christmas SAL, in fact I am slightly ahead because all six santas are now finished. The photograph shows the last four. My next target for the SAL is six bird ornaments. I will put a photograph on next time I blog.

Happy stitching everyone. I will try to blog without such a time gap next time.


  1. STUNNING! That's all I can say about the Peacock Tapestry piece. I am sure you are very pleased to be finished so you can admire it on your wall. Job well done!!!

    Your progress photos are great! I really enjoy reading your blog and viewing your progress as you go. Thanks for sharing!!

  2. The Peacock is gorgeous! And everything else is coming along beautifully as well. I love the Windswept santas!

  3. Love the Peacock, very pretty. The santa's are wonderful too.
    Be always in stitches.

  4. OMG! Your tw peacock is to die for! What a tremendous amount of detail work, simply amazing!

    Your wool gatherer is very very sweet.

    Are you aware of the shepherd's bush blog?

  5. Peacock is just beautiful! Love the progress on your others, too. :)

  6. Your Perishing Peacock looks absolutely fantastic. I am so pleased for you.
    Good finishes on the Santas,looking forward to the birds.
    Your Wool Gatherer is coming along nicely as well.

    Happy stitching to you.

  7. WOW... the Peacock is stunning & the green mat was well worth the wait.