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Saturday, October 09, 2010

So hopefully...

...I can get Royal Holiday finished in the next month or so.    I've been working on her a bit this week, but have been fairly busy as we're counting down to "the event".  Ahem.

Anyway, I'm working on getting the red on her cloak done: 


Still a fair amount to go and as is often the case with Miras, headless.  But every couple stitches gets you a little farther, right?

Once Royal Holiday is completed, I will feel free to start the Celtic Ladies series...one at a time and that series will get done when it gets done  They're not huge so if I can finish one a year, that'll suite me.   But never fear - I am not QUITE done with Mirabilia Queens...there's still Queen of Liberty and Queen of Peace kicking around.  I don't have any immediate plans to do them but I expect I will at some point.  And as always, I'd welcome a new Queen from Mirabilia any time Nora chooses ;-)

7 comments:

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

Beautiful!

Kathy A. said...

You go girl!!! She is looking gorgeous. Her head is a piece of cake after that monstrous skirt. I am looking forward to having mine framed this winter. I'm going to enter her in the fair!

Mel said...

My lord she looks stunning.

Kathy said...

WOW she is gorgeous, I have her todo, but not just yet need to get my WIP's down first lol.

I am just loving the colours in her right now hun, can't wait to see her finished.

Hugs xxxx

Wendy said...

royal holiday is coming along really nice, a beautiful piece !

I reallt like the celtic ladies to, and have been thinking about stitching them, until I realized, they are basicly, all the same..........

I do love some of the color conversions that can be found on the web !
can´t wait to see how yours turn out !

Always smiling said...

Beautiful stitching... looking at your blog it is pushing me to get on with my Celtic Summmer... it does get stitched in a rota except there are now so many other lovely stitchy things to do as well
Chris

Terri said...

She looks amazing :)