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Bird of God


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emmadragon
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4:05 am Dec 10, 2009

After about 9 days work...



She's coming along nicely. Very Happy

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Patricia
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8:30 am Dec 10, 2009

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Originally posted by emmadragon
After about 9 days work...



She's coming along nicely. Very Happy

Stitching Stitching


Very well done, looks like you are getting into the interesting part now. Show us again in another 9 days. Laughing
rifestitch
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10:02 am Dec 10, 2009

WOW - that's a great start!!! After 9 days on L&U, i was still in that upper corner - I think I only did about 300 stitches in 7 days.... Of course, there were also 50 different colors used in those 300 stitches Shocked
kmcecelia
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10:43 am Dec 10, 2009

WOW! Looks great. It takes me at least two weeks to get anywhere near that much done. Can't wait for the next picture Smile

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emmadragon
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5:17 am Dec 18, 2009

Well, here's another update. A further week's stitching should see this page finished.

kmcecelia
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9:01 am Dec 18, 2009

When do you find the time to finish these so rapidly? Your progress is amazing!

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emmadragon
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9:10 am Dec 18, 2009

[quote="kmcecelia"]When do you find the time to finish these so rapidly? Your progress is amazing!

Thank you very much. Very Happy
I sew every night, without fail, for at least two and a half hours, while also watching (well, mostly listening) to TV or films. Rolling Eyes
Usually we have dinner about 7.30, so I get to sit down about 8. Fortunately the OH encourages me to sew, as otherwise I tend to fall asleep, and that has been declared to be 'very boring'!
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armywife
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11:34 pm Dec 18, 2009

[quote="emmadragon"]
quote:
Originally posted by kmcecelia
When do you find the time to finish these so rapidly? Your progress is amazing!

Thank you very much. Very Happy
I sew every night, without fail, for at least two and a half hours, while also watching (well, mostly listening) to TV or films. Rolling Eyes
Usually we have dinner about 7.30, so I get to sit down about 8. Fortunately the OH encourages me to sew, as otherwise I tend to fall asleep, and that has been declared to be 'very boring'!
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I agree--amazing speed! And excellent work. Quite impressive.
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Patricia
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7:17 pm Dec 19, 2009

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When do you find the time to finish these so rapidly? Your progress is amazing!

Kathleen

wow you are just zipping along. and it is so neat. Keep us posted. I also stitch while "listening" to TV, but I think I spend more time, looking and admiring than stitching. But that is fun too. I find too often I make my own confetti by missing one stitch.l I makes me so annoyed. Evil or Very Mad
emmadragon
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4:42 am Dec 31, 2009

Last update for this month:



Tomorrow will see me start on Circe. You can view weekly progress at http://emmadragon.multiply.com/ (when it decides to work!), and I'll send Meredith a picture for the gallery at the end of January.
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