Friday, June 10, 2011

A Tree and a Garden

Hello to everyone

I have finished another bit of Baroque Garden, the central long row or border.  I changed the placement of the purple and brown to form a twist pattern in this central piece.  It was only a partial twist on the chart.
Only the other little tiny bit of border on the left side and part12 is done.  Then I will do the second garden of Part 11 (and then Part 13 - I will catch up, I will catch up...............)

The complete Baroque (as of now)


Detail of the central border


I also finished Part 10 of my Tree of Stitches SAL.  I am loving do this tree with all the different specialty stitches.

Part 10 - Star Stitch


I hope to make more of a headway into Baroque this weekend.

My foot is still sore, but I am walking faster (but everyone still overtakes me!).  Guess it will be another 3 or so weeks before it heals completely.

Happy stitching





14 comments:

Lesleyanne said...

Both projects look lovely.

Ineke said...

Your tree looks like the cherry blossom tree in our garden in spring. I almost can hear the bees buzzing around it.
The castle gardens are great too.
Glad to hear your foot is healing.

Lissanne said...

Baroque is looking amazing! I really like the center, may keep that in mind whenever I start mine. The pink on the tree makes it stand out, and I love where you placed the green. I am still hunting for the right colors so I can start.

anojaa said...

they both look great! I love the border with all its different kind of stitches

Pauline said...

It is all wonderfull!

mdgtjulie said...

Good progress on Baroque, and on ToS. I just love the color you're using for the top of the tree!! Gorgeous!! Grats on walking better too. I'm glad you're feeling some improvement!!

Wendy said...

wauw, beautifull stitching, and I realy love that tree !
I´ve been thinking about doing something with special stitches aswell, just haven´t found the courage yet !

Joysze said...

Go easy on the foot, k? :)

Baroque looks fab... I like the change you've made to the twistie part. LOOOVE your tree. The pinks and green are such a fantastic combo.

ana~stitch said...

LOVE it!!! :)

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Fantastic projects! I love that tree and really want to stitch it! I signed up with the forum but haven't found time to really explore and chat!

Gabi said...

Baroque is just gorgeous. So is your tree.

Anne Marieke said...

Your Baroque is so beautiful! I've been trying to ignore this Chatelaine, but your pictures are really making me want it.

Your pink Tree of Stitches is so pretty!

Always smiling said...

Hi Wendy

Your Baroque Garden is beautiful and so it your Tree of Stitches..

Lovely to see your work. I am quite excitied to be stitching along with such an experienced stitcher of Chatelaine Designs.
AND!! You live in Adelaide I have been there and driven along the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne to get there I have hundreds of relatives in Australia and a lovely friend who lives in Mount Torrens.. perhaps next time we come to Australia we could meet up?
Hugs and happy stitching
Chris x
PS Hope that foot hurries up and heals.

stitchesnscraps said...

Your Baroque garden is beautiful! I can't wait to see more! And your Tree of Stitches is lovely! That blue fabric is fabulous!

Melissa J