Tuesday, May 15, 2012

A Sneak Peek

Hi there!  I started something new but it is a surprise so I can only give you the what for now, and will give you the who, where, and when soon!  But I have been working on it fast and furious since Friday.

 It is Renato Parolin's Magie di Fiori...
Magie di Fiori by Renato Parolin
CC Barn Door, 32 ct light mocha linen
I am really enjoying the monochrome pattern, although I would never have guessed that it would need more than 2 skeins!  See that needle threaded above?  That is my last thread left, oh NO!  but I have more on the way and hopefully in my mailbox when I get home.  :D

I hope the week got off to a good start for all of you 
and it continues with miles of smiles!  :D
Happy Stitchings to you all!!  xxxx


16 comments:

Margaret said...

Oh that's really pretty! I hope the floss gets to you fast and matches in color too.

Lanie said...

Oh, Krista, I love it! The shading is beautiful! Can't wait to see it completed!

marly said...

That is so pretty! I can see the multitude of mistakes I would have made in such a pattern. Your stitching is perfect!

Lois said...

Love this one Krista! Such a pretty piece. Hope that thread was in your mailbox when you got home!

Julie said...

I like this and all the other Renato ones to.Look forward to seeing it finished.

Giovanna said...

A very pretty project - great stitching!

Chris said...

This is a beautiful design. I love your color choice. Lovely stitching.

Lynn said...

I just discovered this designer recently and adore these designs! Your design choice is so very pretty! You've made great progress so far.

Shirlee said...

Very pretty : )

Vickie said...

Beautiful! Love it! :)

BrendaS said...

Beautiful stitching. Love the choice of thread you used:)

Catherine said...

So very pretty!

Grit said...

Das wird ein wunderschönes Herz.
Liebe Grüße Grit

Deb said...

It's very pretty. I love the floss color.

Penny said...

What a pretty color! Lovely stitching too!

Parsley said...

It's beautiful! I just love these types of pieces to work on. No changing colors...just keep stitching the same threads.

Oh, wanted to tell you I've opened my old blog. I'd love to have you there.