Now that I've finished And All Was for an Appil, I have to choose what's next. I do have a few SL WIPs. Yes, I do have a tendency to abandon projects for a while. lol!
I started Rebecca Cullin the other day.
And in bout of startitis another time, I started both Jenny Bean and Dona Dorothea Gazano y Garcia. Jenny Bean just has the border so is not worth showing, but here is what I have of Dona Dorothea.
Let's see. There's also Ruth Bacheler.
I started this as an SAL with a friend. That friend has now picked Ruthie up to work on again, but me? I can't find my chart. lol! I'm hoping the threads are where I think they are.
And there's Elizabeth Inman.
And there's my first Scarlet Letter piece, Lucy Maria Wiggin. I think I abandoned her because I thought I wouldn't have enough fabric at the bottom.
This was the piece, by the way, that introduced me to reproduction samplers, to working on linen, and even to working with silks! I blush to admit how old this WIP is.
But sad to say, I think the next Scarlet Letter piece that I will tackle will be a new piece that I've ordered. It's for a special occasion, so I'd better get going with it. (Picture from Scarlet Letter website.) It's The Hart Lives Where It Loves.
Perhaps you can guess the special occasion. :D