There has been a tiny bit of stitching going on around here...
This is Primitive Sheep by Ewe and Eye and Friends. The design has a 1996 copyright on it, but it looks like it is still available from Twisted Threads. It's not really my style, but I was fortunate enough to receive the pattern and the Anchor floss it calls for in a Secret Stitcher exchange years ago. Something about it really pulled me in, and even though it's probably not something I would have bought myself, I found myself wanting to stitch it. (It's especially appropriate since my family raises sheep!)
I finally decided to give it a go a couple of weeks ago. I'd planned to use the Anchor floss, but I noticed that I had a lot of hand dyed threads in my stash that looked like they would work well, so I decided to make some substitutions. So far, so good.
I've been working nights lately, so my stitching time has been seriously curtailed. I'm back to a regular day schedule this week, so I hope to have this finished this week. Because after Thanksgiving, I plan to turn my attention to Christmas stitching!
And in sewing news, the December Burda arrived this week. It's nowhere near as good as the November issue, but there is a knit dress calling my name and a fabric in my stash begging to be used. There may be a new dress to share soon.