The end of this section of my Harbour Village cross stitch is getting closer. Depending on how much time I spend on it in the next week or two, it just might be done. I’ve started filling in the little bits where there are only two or three crosses of a colour before moving on to the next little bit of colour. There is still a fair amount of stuff left to stitch down at the bottom right and then some boats to add in and also all the detail back stitching. There is a reason it is called slow stitching and I enjoy it for that reason...... slow and relaxing.
We had thought of going out this afternoon for a walk along one of the rivers, and may still do that. Then again, laziness and a desire to stitch may take over. We will decide once we’ve finished lunch.
I’m linking to Kathy’s Slow Sunday Stitching.
Such a detailed scene - enjoy the slowness of creating this lovely stitchery!ReplyDelete
I really like this scene. The one off stitches take a lot of time to fill in. I am looking forward to seeing the boats.ReplyDelete
It's looking great, good things take time!ReplyDelete
One stich at a time and it is already so beautiful. Happy slow stitching!ReplyDelete