As usual, I didn't get any stitching done while visiting my mom this weekend. But I'm learning. I only took one project with me instead of my entire stitching bag. So after four days of stitching celibacy and a stressful Monday, I was ready to park myself on the couch with my stitching.
It's been a couple of weeks since I showed you any progress on the two pieces in my so-called rotation. The plan was to work on each piece for a week and then switch, but I'm am somehow compelled to keep working until I come to, what I consider, a good stopping point. Now give me some credit because normally that 'good stopping point' is when the project is done. In this case, I finished the red portion of Le Jardin de Plaisir, so I decided it was time to switch projects. (Just to be contrary, I did a couple of tiny motifs in the black before I packed it away.)
I just love the center arrangement of flowers, even without the black parts done.Janet Carsels continues to be a fun stitch with a variety of alphabet styles and only a few colors involved.