Monday, 24 February 2014

Part 4 Finished

Hello all, thank you for all your nice comments. : )
Funny how some of us from all different parts of the world enjoy not just cross stitch but the same kind of books. Kate Moreton seems to be very popular.  : )

On the stitching front for the Hermit Weekend i finished off part 4 of Nathalie's Sal



Now back to finishing off part 1 of Maryse's Sal
Part 3 came out at the weekend.

DD was home for a short time while looking for a new home. Now her and Lady are on the move. When we lost Jake i said no more dogs were coming  in the house, so my sister-in-law got me this metal dog. Has you can see Lady was never to sure of it.



Lady all snug in Jakes old bed. She loves it.



That's all from  me now.
Thanks for stopping by and looking.




12 comments:

Lesley said...

Lovely stitching,this design is one of my favourites to see stitched.
What a beautiful dog Lady is:-)

Annette-California said...

You had a successful stitching weekend:) I cracked up at the phots of Lady and the iron dog-lol. too funny. love Annette

Ele said...

Beautiful stitching
Love the photos of your dog!

Valma said...

how funny is Lady's face in front of the iron dog =D
On the second pic she seems to say 'hey, it's a joke isn't it ? ' =D
She put a smile on my face today =)
beautiful stitches you're are sharing with us today again
this design is very sweet
enjoy
xxx

Bramble said...

Lovely progress on your stitching and very cute dogs - both metal and real!
Lady looks so comfy (:

Julie said...

Great progress on the SAL.

Carol said...

Such a cute photo of Lady and that "other" dog :) She really does look quite unsure as to just what to do with it!

Nice progress on your SAL, Julie!

fataltimone said...

Adoro i cani e adoro questo blog con le tue foto stupende!

Miss Marple said...

Very beautiful progress!
Have a nice day
Sonia

Le trame della Galaverna said...

Wow so beautiful.

Brigitte said...

It's always nice to see this lovely piece on someone's blog.

MysteryKnitter said...

Funny! I mean Lady and the metal dog. As if Lady didn't know, what to do. To growl or what. And your stitching is lovely, as usual.