Autumn is in Town

Hi everyone in blogosphere, I hope everyone is doing well despite getting tired of this Corona pandemic. Its so sad hearing today that there are already more than one million people who has died all over the world. And its beginning to get bad again in some countries around us here in Europe. A lot of people are getting bored and fed up about the restrictions imposed by the government and some are not following the rules anymore. I’m glad I am too busy and have a thousand reason not to complain a lot. Guess what?? I have new books, I read a lot of blogs, and I been watching a lot of floss tube. And I have a new project: Autumn scene

Wips Autumn scene- Lesley Teare

An easy one featuring a homey backdrop and harvest time. It will surely keep my October fly away in no time.

Autumn is literally in town and made a remarkable entry when a storm passed through the coastal area of our land over the weekend. I call it the ugly side of autumn season. I can bear the constantly changing temperature and an occasional drizzle but not when its too windy. I love the colours of nature during Autumn but I hate the weather condition, but they obviously go together.

This one below was my very first Autumn project I finished in 2014, I stitched it for about 4 months If I am not mistaken

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Autumn Story – Dome

Still on my bucket list for next year, depends on time and budget.

Autumn – Eva Rosenstand
Flaming sunset – Dome
Autumn scene – Maria Diaz
La Cosecha

I’m not yet a cross stitch addict, nor I’m an old lady 🙂 I’ll be one surely but you see I have a lot to do yet, so for now I’m just enjoying it.

I hope everyone a joyful days ahead.

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