Sunday, January 20, 2019

Slow Sunday Stitching on a Full Moon

I am looking forward to the first Full Moon for 2019 since I can remember I have always been drawn to the moon, the tides of the ocean and every now and then I like to toss back my head and give a howl.

Tonight is not one of those howling nights instead I plan to do some slow stitching. Last night I finished the tambourine player on my dance and drum piece.
 I have two of the drumming dancers stitched so the plan is tonight while the full moon rises in the
sky I will be embroidering the last drummer for this piece. The piece is worked on 100% cotton white on white floral print fabric using DMC 6 strand floss and metallic floss, Weeks in Oak for the Drum and tambourine. I was trying for the expression of joy on the faces and those pesky black lines will disappear after washing off the stitch and wash product. I am linking my post over at Kathy's Quilts here:

And at Super Mom no Cape


  1. This is a perfect thing to be stitching on a full moon!

  2. Wow...I love your WIP...that is so neat...oh my gosh...I love it.

    Happy Stitching
    Linda K, Buttercup

  3. This is such a joyful project! I love the dancing drummers.

    Thanks so much for linking up to this month's Stitchery Link Party and for linking back. Aloha hugs!