Saturday, January 01, 2011

Gina Queen of the Sea WIP

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you have all had a wonderful day. Our friends are in town visiting, so today the men took all of the kids to the mountain to ride dirt bikes, us girls got to go shopping at Hollyhill Quilt Shoppe, it was such a fun day.

I decided to put a photo up of my current stitching. I started the cross stitch "Gina Queen of the Sea" by Ink Circles in 2008. I pulled it out again during the Christmas break we've had. I decided it was the one to continue working on now. The colors are very pretty, and I love the sea theme.
Yesterday we took our friends and the kids for a hike at the beach. Ecola State Park is our most favorite beach around, and they have a good 2 mile hike there, so we braved it in the freezing cold. I am glad we did, it was beautiful.


Look at the big log, it's so huge! We could have fit several more people :)

7 comments:

Kathy A. said...

Gina looks like an interesting stitch. Look forward to her progress.
Love the family photos!

Dianne said...

wow! i love the blackwork jellyfish! how cool is that?!

Pointed Stitcher said...

I love your Ink Circles piece, you definitely need to finish that one. Look forward to watching the progress.

Cathy B said...

I love your son's fur hat - looks really warm!

Good luck on finishing your WIP!

Happy New Year!

Just Jenn said...

Ooo! That cross stitch is going to be beautiful... almost as pretty as the Oregon coast.

zoomcity said...

Oooh, I saw Tracy Horner's model at Acorns & Threads a couple of years ago. I stood out from across the room. It's beautiful. Have fun stitching it!

MysteryKnitter said...

The Queen is pretty. The log is huge!