Mary Wigham: Part 12

I have come to affectionately called my Mary Wigham project my “downstairs” project. I keep it downstairs to work on whenever I have a few moments in between house chores.  Most days, I get by with barely five stitches.  But the meager five stitches are better than none as I am five stitches closer to the finish line.  Here is what I have so far:

The yellow and the dark blue are the latest additions:

The reason I am stitching Mary and hopefully a bunch of other Quaker samplers is because I want these samplers to compliment the Quaker Birth Sampler I am stitching for Baby (I will show you my progress picture very soon):

I hope in about 5-6 year’s time, I shall have enough Quaker samplers stitched to fill up a wall… at least that’s the plan in my little head! :)

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you have a lovely day.  I am off to bind my Baby Pink “Safari” quilt!

7 thoughts on “Mary Wigham: Part 12

  1. You are making progress — those 5 or 6 stitches here and there really do add up. I can’t wait to see your progress on the birth sampler.

  2. Great progress on Mary – I am currently working on it, too, though very sporadically – and I’m picking my own colors as I go! 5 stitches now is 5 stitches you don’t have to do later :)

    I love Long Dogs! I have a few done, many more in the stash :) A few years ago, I would never have given these things a second look – but have since become totally hooked on not just Quakers, but all these motif/spot samplers!

    Keep posting your updates to TheSamplerLife!

  3. Pingback: Birth Sampler: Part 4 « IVORY SPRING

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