Here's last time:
Then I added the dark blue that brought me to the bottom corner:
Sorry it's washed out I tried to take it in direct sun. Then I added another dark blue that filled in the top corner and some mountains:
After that was some light blue starting again on the left:
This picture probably is the most true to the colors in real life.
After that there was yet another light blue:
Then came a sky blue color which is at the top although it doesn't look like it but filled in a lot of the sea:
Finally came a very interesting color. The color is 159 and is supposed to be blue gray. It looks blue gray on the skein and bobbin but comes out pinkish. Very odd. But here is is:
The next color will be lagoon blue and there's a lot of it.
So counting up that's 7 colors and my progress bar is updated to show I'm 84% done. Not bad for 10 days. My dad was in town so I wasn't able to stitch a ton. On the plus side it looks like my school stuff is working out so yay for that! I leave on a cruise in 2 weeks but I don't think paradise will be done and I'm not taking it with me. But I have the frame all ready to go I just hope it will fit right. It's a floater frame so we'll see.
I will be taking Halloween Green and Swirling Peacock on the cruise with me. I started some of the green on Halloween but forgot to take a picture. Hopefully next time I can show it 😀
At the end of the month I'm going to a stitching retreat all weekend so I'm hoping I can get paradise done then.
I also purchased another HAED. This time it was Museum Shelf by Aimee Stewart. I got the max color but not the supersize.
No clue when I'll start but I've been drooling over this one for a while.
Thanks for stopping by I'll see you next time! I'll leave you with a pic of Mocha "helping" make the bed: