Thursday, May 23, 2013

Your Kind of String

Based on the lack of comments on yesterday's post, I'd say that you would prefer I stick with posting about that other kind of string. You know, the kind used to make a whole bunch of painstaking little x's that usually result in a fabulous finished piece of art? Let's face it, we've all stitched not-so-fabulous designs, haven't we? Some of my own earlier designs make me shake my head today.

Hopefully this up-and-coming yet-to-be-released sampler will only bring about head nods...
Watch for a release date early in August.

15 comments:

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

This looks beautiful, Beth. Can't wait to see the whole thing!

Catherine said...

Looks like another winner!

Anonymous said...

Beth, sorry for being so quiet. I read your posts religiously but life has been crazy with horse activities and my body is fighting me every inch of the way. So when I'm home, I sleep. But your point is well taken....do what makes you happy and don't wait! Life is too short!
Sandy

una sognatrice newyorkese said...

looks beautiful already!!!
Ezia.

Giovanna said...

What a lovely picture!

marly said...

Beautifully soft colors.

Peggy Lee said...

I just know I'm gonna like this one too. Love your designs!

Kathy L. said...

Love the look of this one.can't wait.

Kathy

Elisabetta said...

I'm waiting for the update!

Sherry said...

Looks like another beauty! I can't wait to see more of it. Your last post did make me remember my moma and when she decided to learn how to play the guitar. Thanks for those memories!

Katrina said...

It looks wonderful!!!!!!

IneVM said...

I like both kinds of strings, the wednesday strings and those of today.
My son is a guitarplayer (no bass) and pianoplayer.
And I am trying to play harp.
A bit more strings than your Ibanez ;-)

Elisabetta said...

Wonderful wip I can't wait to see it finished!

linda said...

I enjoy All your posts; I don't leave a comment on every post but I enjoy reading each one. None of us are one dimensional people. You would not be as creative as you are without diverse activities and interests. Keep being true to who you are!

Kaisievic said...

This looks really lovely, Beth. Can't wait to see the finished product.