Thursday, February 4, 2010

A Beautiful Bird.

Despite me having to return to the daily work/school routine, I've continued stitching on this lovely project.  I'm quite enjoying it, as well.  The colors are just beautiful!  I love how my birdie in the A block has turned out with the use of GA Toffee.

32 count R&R Reproductions linen
overdyed flosses over two
PS ABCs, block A

A bit blurry, but I did my best!

I have also been focusing on this one project, shocking I know!  This SAL is motivating me to actually finish something.  Thanks y'all! (:

By the way, does anyone have any suggestions to get better photos of my stitching?  I can't seem to get the results I'm looking for.  The photos I take always turn out blurry, dark, or just plain ugly. 

Until next revoir!


HollyXSing said...

You might want to see if you have a macro setting on your camara. It's is usually a little flower! Click on that and that might help you get rid of the blurry pictures:) I like what you have done so far!


Katherine said...

Agree with Holly about the macro setting. Also, I take mine outside. Tough to find a "beautiful" place to take pictures outside this time of year, but the light, especially on a cloudy day, is good. Direct sunlight can be a little harsh, but you may have a bright window that will help you inside as well.

Maggey and Jim said...

Yes, I use the little flower on my camera too. It does help.. Love your stitching too. Bird looks good.