Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Block 10 VoHRH

Happy Groundhog Day!!!!


On to block #11, yay!!!!

"February's Hearts" by Blackbird Designs found in the Fine Collection booklet

stitching on 35ct Daybreak by R&R

Blogger 's not playing nice today, it won't turn my photo, blah!

"Beneath the Sunlit Sky" by Blackbird Designs, Wednesday SAL

Stitching on 30ct Sea Fog by R&R

Can you spy the Bald Eagle???


photo taken in back yard

Thanks for visiting my neck of the woods

Live Well~Laugh Often~Stitch Much

37 comments:

staci said...

Oooh, such pretty stitching! I really need to get that BBD book, there looks like so much good stuff in it!

Margaret said...

They're all so beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration!

Deb said...

Woo Hoo Ranae on finishing Block #11. And February hearts looks fantastic. I'm going to have to pull my book out and look through it. That looks like it's going to be a great piece.

How cool to see the Bald Eagle in your backyard! They're so majestic looking!!

Annie said...

You always have the most amazing things outside your window!

Beautiful stitching. And I know what you mean about Blogger not cooperating with those photos. Sometimes Mr. Blogger must be lying down during the upload and just doesn't get it!

Loraine said...

Ranae! Your making good progress on your valentine hearts. I finished that last year, and absolutely hated stitching that basket! It turned out great, and it's my favorite valentine stitchery that I have out.
I also love your HofHRH. It is looking perfect.
Cool Bald Eagle! I would love to spy that in my trees.
Take Care!

Myra said...

All of your stitching is so pretty. I just love the linen colors you chose for each piece.

Julie said...

Gorgeous eagle, fancy having that in the back yard ... how cool!

Great progress pics, HrH will soon be all done.

A super valentine stitchy project, i love to watch your progress, you always seem to be doing things i haven't seen.

April Mechelle said...

Eagle is beautiful !!! I love all your stitching !!!

Mylene said...

Great progress on all your projects, Ranae.

Laura said...

How totally exciting to see a bald eagle! and in your backyard??? Wow.

Your projects look great! I especially love BBD Beneath the Sunlit Sky. I have that one too!

Melissa said...

Yay! on all of them! You're going crazy with all 3. Very nice! You are enticing me to do February Hearts though I won't make it for Valentine's day as I don't even have that linen. It looks great though and I think I will have to order some Daybreak too!

Don't you love Sea Fog? It's so perfect for that piece!

Love the bald eagle. We get them in these parts too. Majestic!

Stephanie (Bayou Stitcher) said...

Beautiful stitching. What a cool neighbor to have.

FayeRaye said...

All your stitching looks so nice!! My favorite fabric is Sea Fog by R&R....so, Good choice!!! Faye
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Karin said...

Great progress! Thanks for sharing all of your work with us.

Berit said...

Your BtSS is looking pretty! Makes me happy that I already finished mine! :D

Blu said...

Very pretty WIPs. Love the BBD one. It's very cute.

Nancy said...

Such gorgeous stitching on each and every one of your projects! Sea Fog is one of my favorite linens.

It must be amazing to see a Bald Eagle in your backyard!

Jackie said...

I do see the eagle! How fantastic that you're able to see one in a natural setting. Just wonderful!

Your stitching is beautiful and it looks like you've been a busy stitcher!

Cari said...

Ranae, you have me so many wonderful WIP.

What a great picture of such a majestic bird!

Annette said...

What a beautifull Wip's..
Look out for the eagle...

Shari said...

everything looks wonderful! I love the block you just finished!!!!!!
I have seen eagles locally, but not in my yard! How awesome!!!!!!! Keep up the great work!

Marion said...

Beautiful stitching!!
Enjoyed looking at each and every photo!
Take care
Marion

Vonna said...

So only TWO blocks to go? You are my idol :)
I love all your WIPs! And to see a Bald Eagle in your back yard...how wonderful! They are supposedly all around here, I've never seen one though...

Carol said...

YAY! Block 11 looks wonderful, Ranae--I really can't wait to start on VoHRH next year! You are almost done--can't wait to see the entire piece revealed...

Love all of your WIPS and the eagle is so majestic looking!

Melanie said...

Lots of great designs you're stitching! I love the VoHRH stables!

Christine said...

An eagle in the back garden, wow!
Great stitching, nearly there now on Hawk Run Hollow

Sharon said...

Looking marvelous as always Ranae! I see the eagle-very cool.

mainely stitching said...

Oh that eagle is spectacular! And your stitching's not bad either! ;) Lovely work, as always.

Kathy Barrick - CHS & Mo Jewelry said...

Great job on the VoHRH!!! And I LOVE your eagle!!
Kathy

Siobhan said...

Wow, gorgeous stitching, Ranae!! Block 11 looks great, and February hearts is beautiful.

The pic of the bald eagle--wow!! Imagine looking out and seeing that majestic beauty. Gorgeous.

Stitch Wizard said...

wow Block 11 is just stunning! I love seeing your progress!! Beautiful work! Debby

Pumpkin said...

Ranae, Block 11 is FA-BU-LOUS! Of course it has horses but still ;o)

You've been busy stitching my friend, just bigger pieces. LOL! Lookin' goooood!

Littlebit said...

It's wonderful to see your Village Block finished, as I'm working on that particular block. Beautiful work!

Danielle said...

Lovely work! I'm a fan of BOAF as well and am ready to start a Valentine chart by BOAF this weekend! Nice work on VoHRH, too. Another project I need to get back to...

Despina said...

I love R&R fabric, your work is so nice!

Suzanne said...

Your stitching looks lovely as always. You have made great progress on all your pieces.

How wonderful to have seen the eagle.

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