Friday, June 17, 2011

Sagebrush air


I am officially on vacation as of the end of the day today, but because all my deadlines are met, I'm going to play a little and update this neglected blog. 
Last week was our annual bow-fishing campling expedition to Vantage, Washington, on the banks of the Columbia River.  Beautiful.  I have missed that sagebrush air. 

There was some stitching done, but I forgot to take a picture because frankly there was a better view to be had.

I was able to complete a few more motifs on my Alchemical Romance while out there, which means I have ONE more motif left!  I am sure that will be done this weekend.  THEN, this will be my reward:

Anybody recognize that little corner of the pattern peeking out?  It's not like I don't have any other neglected projects to work on, but I think this might be a fantastic start for our road trip next week.   Andiamo!


  1. I love the colours you have picked for Mother Maya...would you tell us what they are?

  2. Thanks! The fabric is PTP "Lupine" and the HDF spools are Kodiak 5125, Fagales 4459, and a custom twist 4457/5125.

  3. Such a beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing!

    Best wishes,