Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Miniature Georgian house: Gay Ann Rogers, designer

I see that my photo is a bit lopsided this morning. Oh well! :-(
I had purchased two miniature projects from Gay Ann Rogers during her last online weeklong sale, the miniature garden gate and the miniature Georgian house, so now because of having two not so good day, I ended up stitching them both, which is great in a sense as they were quick and fun to stitch. On the downside, I now have two more projects to do the finishing.
What a difference in size that will be when I go back to Hollyhock House with my 18" by 24" frame compared to the little 6" by 6" I have been using for those two projects. Not sure what I will do with myself for the rest of the day as I am not feeling that great. Will I do some finishing or will I work on HHH (Hollyhock House) or something else. No idea. Will put my leftover threads away and will give it some thought. If it was not so cold outside I would go out for a breath of fresh air. I am really getting tired of this cold weather and I am more than ready for spring. No sun outside and overcast, not a fun day.
Will be back soon with something, not sure what, but definitely something (grinning)
Pierrette =^..^=


Terry said...

Another delightful and cute little project and of course beautifully stitched

The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure said...

Painted canvas project?

OW! Pierette threw a shoe at me!!

Seriously, I'm here when you want to try a small painted canvas design you love but can't think how to start on.
Jane, waving from CH

Love to Stitch 99 said...

Oh Jane, you are too funny.

Actually I need lots of help with painted canvas, like from start to finish (grinning)

Pierrette =^..^=

Love to Stitch 99 said...


For some reason, my husband really really loves those miniature projects, which was a bit of a surprise to me.

Thinking of it, I think he likes most of what I do :-)

Pierrette =^..^=

Lisa said...

Love the miniature - great stitching!