Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Rain rain go away

Here is my progress on Summer Arbor - so far it's my least favorite of the four Arbors. This center section is so boring with it's mostly green trees. There is a bit more color in the bottom and top sections. Let's hope it helps. And maybe once I get the red beads on the center tree that will help a bit also.

Tonight I have organized a work event to Ravinia Park, an open air concert venue to see Hootie and the Blowfish. And it's thunderstorming outside right now! There is a 60% chance of rain and thunderstorms tonight. Cross your fingers for me and hope that I get the 40% chance of sunshine that I need. :-)

Tomorrow is St. Reatham Thursday. I totally forgot about it last week because I was so close to finishing up Beneath the Sunlit Sky. To make up for it, I think I'll work on it tomorrow AND Friday. :-) I'd like to finish the alphabet across the top and get a start on finishing up the dog border.

7 comments:

Kathy said...

Not sure which is worse for outdoor concert. Rain or over 100 degree heat. Hope the rain stops just in time for the concert. Nice job on the arbor.

Vonna said...

The arbor is looking great :)
Send some of that rain our way....we need it BADLY, my grass is brown and crunchy :(

Vonna said...

The arbor is looking great :)
Send some of that rain our way....we need it BADLY, my grass is brown and crunchy :(

KarenV said...

Well, it might be boring to stitch, but it looks great!

Hope the weather is kind to you :)

Jacque said...

Did you say rain??? It was 111 here with the heat index yesterday, I'd love it if you could send it in my direction! I'll even finish your boring (although I love it) Arbor for you if you can make that happen! : )

Mindi said...

Summer Arbor may seem boring to you because of all the green, but all those specialty stitches are showing up very well, and look fantastic.

I'll definitely take some of the rain in Virginia!

Itching To Stitch said...

Summer Arbor looks great. But I can see where working with so much green might get a little boring ;)