Feb 24, 2009

Whatcha Workin' On Wednesday ... Early

I bought another Stacy Nash prim pattern download. "Hannah Breed's Hanging Sampler", it is so neat. I didn't have the flower motif color on hand so I substituted a red variegated. I'm liking it more now, at first I wasn't sure it was a good pick. The pattern called for a muted blue. But,I decided to mix it up a bit. LOL These patterns are addictive prim needle work. I can always stitch again in another color scheme. Do you always go precisely by the color code or do you sometimes mix it up a bit? I can't be the only one, can I? Oh Well.

Below is Sally Mae. The little girl we've been praying for. Her cancerous brain tumor has shrunk and she is home and back in preschool. She has some followups in March and then it will be a while before she has another MRI. Isn't she a cutie! She is very funny too. 4 going on 20, LOL.

I wasn't sure I'd get to post tomorrow evening, so I jumped the wagon on my Whatcha Workin' on.
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3 comments:

Tami said...

Love the colors you are using for your sampler!

Awww Sally May is a cutie....I am so happy for her.

Have a great day! T

Tolentreasures said...

Your stitchery looks great!

Cathy

Linda said...

Hello Pammyjo - I'm doing catch up! Your samplers are all so beautiful; I can see you enjoy doing them. And I think its good to add your own touch by altering colours (or even stitches if the fancy takes you!)
Love the picture of the dogs...bless them!
And great, great news about Sally Mae.
Best wishes from England
Linda xox