Mary Wigham: Part 10

blue monday

Happy Monday, Everyone!  I hope you had a good weekend.


I SPLURGED!!!  I have a few quilt-related things to do, but after coming through two rather gruesome deadlines….. I just needed to chill.  So, I splurged!!  I read, I did some needlework, I piddled, I dropped off some quilts at the local county fair, and … I just RELAXED.  I SPLURGED!  Here is the latest progress picture of my Mary Wigham.

I am really loving the colors in this sampler, especially the blues.  That’s why I decided to include this post as a Blue Monday post:


It is back to work for me now that it’s Monday!!!  I hope you have a productive week ahead of you.  I will catch up with you tomorrow.

15 thoughts on “Mary Wigham: Part 10

  1. I have recently been sent photographs of the most amazing needlework – a large banner depicting scenes made from rice, seeds and dried plant material. I have posted them on my blog for the world to see and hope you might find them of interest. Kind regards Johnson

  2. This will be beautiful! Many years ago my husband and I designed and published counted cross stitch design books. Linen was always my favorite fabric choice. The colors are so pretty together as well. Happy Stitching!

  3. What a beautiful piece you have in progress. The stitching is just wonderful. I hope you’ll be able to show us the finished treasure. You are making great progress. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

  4. Such a busy gal! And you call that relaxing!? ;~}
    Your Mary Wigham is going to be lovely, indeed! I love the colors, too ~ especially the blue! What treasured heirlooms all of your handwork will be! And so precious even now.

  5. Hi Wendy,

    Mary is looking lovely. It is nice to have a change of pace every now and then.
    Your other work is really beautiful. You are such a talented person. I really love your feather stitching. Your quilt should look wonderful when it is finished. – Sandra.

  6. will your quilts be at the washington county fair? we plan on taking the boys this week sometime. If your quilts are there, we’ll be sure to take a look – let me know.

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