I need to take photos of these a bit further away and quit zooming in so close. Some of the detail is lost in these closeup photos. Oh well, next time.
I got more stitched on A Stitch in Time this week than I originally thought I would. Normally, I would still be stitching on the current rotation on Friday, but I decided I was going to start rotating on Friday morning instead of Monday morning. That way I can blog about my progress at the end of the week instead of lumping everything together into a post on Monday.
I was able to get 2,220 stitches completed, which gave me a page finish last night. The bottom row of pages on this are smaller, just shy of 1/2 the size of all the others. At my current rate of stitching speed and rotation, this is estimated to be complete in January 2029. LOL! This will change at some point, of course, as I work on it more often.
I'm only working on this currently once every 4 weeks, as I have 2 other projects that I wanted to work on. One of those is also being worked on every 4 weeks, and the other is being worked on every other week. As I finish a project, I will decide whether to add in a new one, or just rotate between two. Knowing me, I'll add in another to the rotation, and move something new into the every other week spot. Hopefully I can keep to this rotation and not add in too many new starts.
I love how the fox turned out! It is so adorable. The white on the far left side is a tree trunk. I'm not positive, but I believe the blue and turquoise are book spines, and it looks like the blue and white to the right of the fox is a lady working on needlework. I think I can see an arm and a hand near the top of the stitching. The white looks like it may be an apron over a long dress, and the grey/green look like the stitching. I refuse to look at the cover art because I want to be surprised as details come to life on this. Book spines are a logical guess because this is a bookshelf chart, and the lady working on her needlework is a logical guess because there are little scenes of this exact thing throughout the shelves.
This week I am back to working on Enchanted Christmas. Ah, 14 count fabric! Such a nice break from working on that 28 count.