Flowers of the Field

I'm afraid my intentions of blogging more regularly this year have been scuppered by circumstances. I've been doing some temporary work on and off this year with a view to getting back into the workplace and with two busy children I'm afraid that blogging has been pushed to the end of the jobs list but as I have several things to share with you, I hope I will be popping in a bit more regularly from here on in.

The first thing I have to share is the finished Flowers of the Field sampler by Eileen Bennett of The Sampler House.  The charts were published in Sampler and Antique Needlework Quarterly Vols 32 - 34.  I used a piece of 36 count Silkweaver Linen and the called for DMC apart from the metallic, I substituted Kreinik from my stash.



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Von said…
Glad you found a few minutes to update us via your blog, Karoline! Love seeing your progress. Hope you're able to post again soon, but don't stress about it. You have higher priorities these days. :)
Mary Locklear said…
Beautiful. . .thank you for sharing.
Mii Stitch said…
Congrats on your beautiful sampler finish!
It looks stunning!
Carol said…
That is so, so lovely, Karoline! Best of luck with juggling your work and kids and hobbies--it's not easy :)
woolwoman said…
glad to see you in blogland Karoline ! what no knitting to show BOOO! just kidding - that as just a please come back soon with knitting. I LOVE your Eileen Bennett finish - it's so lovely ! Hope fall is coming to you and I guess the kiddos are back in school. Enjoy Mel
Margaret said…
This piece is just lovely! Congrats on the finish! I totally get how blogging might be pushed to the back of the queue. Good for you for putting kids first -- and good luck with getting back into the workforce too!
Brigitte said…
Congratulations on finishing this lovely piece.
It's good to see a blog post from your every now and then as I am not on IG. But of course family and job are he first priorities. I hope all the best for you.
What a beautiful finish Karoline. It's a lovely sampler. I remember loving it when I first saw it in the magazine.

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