Autumn is sneaking up on us here in Ontario. Thankfully, we haven’t gotten snow like out in the prairies, but it is getting colder and damper. I’m actually looking forward to the cool weather because I can sit in front of our new fireplace. But, in the meantime, I’ve been stitching something spring-y to help keep me warm.
This is Teresa Wentzler’s Miniature Spring Sampler, stitched on 28 count white Lugana (I think) using the called for DMC. I switched out the Highland Garden Gloriana for Victorian Garden because that is what I had in my stash.
This the third miniature seasonal sampler from TW that I have stitched. I was lucky enough to take the autumn one as a class.
And I bought the winter sampler when it was released.
I hope one day to have a place in my home where the appropriate seasonal sampler is displayed and updated as the year progressed. I haven’t found the right place yet, but I do have some ideas.