Winter Light on January 09, 2016 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps The light is coming through the windows of the dome at odd angles, picking out details and exposing the dust. There has been a frosty day or two. And sometimes after a big storm the sun will suddenly appear, and make everything glitter. This was the Christmas full moon, and wet snow on the window. The stitching continues - 4 or 5 hours a day, with a deadline looming. embroidery island life Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Vicky aka Stichr1:30 PMmaps. love them. dust. meh, leave it alone.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJudy Martin2:59 PMI have been working 5 hours a day this month too. I love January for the work days - sounds crazy but what can I say? I love to do my work.Wondering what your deadline is? Looking good - your stitching.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyStephanie Westerhout3:05 PMHeather, I so rarely comment though I always enjoy following your posts. Your work is simply stunning in its beauty and precision.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDi Ellis3:24 PMlove it ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMo Crow11:13 AMGosh such perfect hand lettering contrasting with your immaculate stitching, this series is truly a master (or should I say mistress) piece! ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLouisa11:04 AMSuch beautiful stitches! It's a great time of year to get work done - as long as you can see what you're doing. I treasure the sunny days.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJames Emler3:05 PMThe frogs will be back soon! Six weeks from now they will be serenading you from across the street!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Please forgive me for using word verification. The spam robots got to me.