Sampler Update

Thank you to everyone who commented last night about my sampler worries. I looked at it again last night and I have decided to just plow through to the last page and see what happens when I get there. I finally got pictures of it, so even thought I don't usually post two days in a row I thought that I would show off my handy work.

This is page 16 and 17, along with a little bit of page 18 that I started yesterday:

Can anyone guess what type of motif will go above my initials? I'll give you a hint: it's the same theme as another motif on the sampler, and it's one of Z's favorite things.

The whole sampler so far:



I took a nice bike ride this morning, although I wasn't really out for that long because it's so hot and very humid here. MJ is taking the boys this afternoon so everyone can get measured for tuxedos for BIL's upcoming wedding. I'm going for a dress fitting next week. That sure came up fast. The wedding is less than two months away now and the bride is trying to get as many things done over the summer as she can.

I also wanted to say that we have some new followers here with us! Thanks for pulling up a chair and spending some time here with me. Also, feel free to leave a comment. I love to see them.

Have a grerat weekend!

Comments

doris said…
It's looking fabulous! You'll have it finished before you know it.
Daffycat said…
Wow, it looks fantastic!

Ummm, could it be a little black & white bear???
Looking fabulous, Pam! I'd also guess a panda!
Genie said…
It's stunning Pam. Well done!
Deb said…
That is looking beautiful. I missed your last post about your problems, but have no doubt that you're going to end up fine.
Kathy said…
Pam, the sampler is looking fabulous. Absolutely gorgeous!

I didn't see the post about possibly being off but everything looks okay in the photo so here's hoping it is. I'm keeping my toes crossed. (I need my finigers to stitch.)

It does look like you will be finished before you know it.

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