Tuesday, March 22, 2016

March winds and Texas Bluebonnets

Another busy week at work and only a little stitching this past week. Spring is in the air here ever with a small cool snap.
The bluebonnets and Indian paint brushes are beginning to bloom everywhere. It is really a pretty sigh to see.
Also, went to Gonzales, TX this past weekend and watched my granddaughter ride in the last rodeo of the YRA season. She did really well. She ended up 5th in pole bending and did really good in barrels.
Here are pictures and my progress on the WIPs I stitched on last week and some pictures of Anna riding.
1.     “Christmas Angel“ #4  Heavenly Host set-(4)-Joan Elliott The Utimate Cross Stitch Collection 2011 

  1.     July 2014 Doodle – Blueladie Designs

  “L” Lace - Stitcher’s  Alphabet – Brookes Book
July Cowboy Snowman- Snowman Series–Vermillion-Stitched  


That's it for this week


Deb said...

Lovely stitching!
Congrats to Anna on rising in her standings. She has been working hard to get there.great pictures!

Sandie said...

Anna is doing really well. Love to see the pictures of her going all out. I've never heard of Indian paint brushes before? Are they what we would call lupins? I'm always amazed at how much you get done every week.

blueladie said...

Love your stitching, as always Joyce. :) Congrats to Anna! VERY impressive pics!!! :D Cathryn

Tiffstitch said...

Lovely stitching and congrats to your granddaughter!!

diamondc said...

Oh my gosh your Grandaughter is so good, congratulations to her.
Love all your stitching, I love bluebonnets so pretty.