A finished Dragon

This week we have a finished Dragon!

Yes, that’s right! I have a finished Dragon! I was able to finish the ‘never too old’ pattern! It’s a cute green dragon with gold spots, holding a blue teddy bear. I made it blue because I could lol. Anyways, the black bits of its wings and stomach are stitched 1 over 1 full cross, and everything else is tent stitch. I wrote the phrase before I framed it, so it doesn’t fit exactly right but hey. It still works. Here’s what it looks like:

With that said and done, I also finished an okay amount of Rachel’s Disney piece.

The finished dragon was a reason to celebrate, and the Disney piece is coming along nicely enough that I’m celebrating that too. It feels like I’m getting more done right now than I have before so this new goal/plan I have set seems to really help.

The sky is bright and colorful. Spots of purple, pink, orange, and now green accent the yellow and white sky like beautiful wisps of clouds. The outline of the top of another spire is complete, and now I edge closer to the other trees that frame the sides. But don’t take my word for it:

not a finished dragon, but a decent amount of sky

That’s really it for now, stitching wise at least.

As for cool new things to check out . . .

If you have Netflix, and are at least a little darkly inclined with a sense of humor, check out The Curious Creations of Catherine McConnell. It’s a cute baking and crafting show. Mostly baking. I don’t want to spoil any surprises, but it’s cute and funny, and will give you great ideas.

You could also check out The Haunting of Hill House if you haven’t already. It takes familiar names from the movie The Haunting, and turns it into something new. It’s a little creepy, it’s a little fun, and an all around good show to watch!

If you haven’t already, check out my etsy store here, or check out my website’s shop. While it doesn’t have as many patterns as my etsy store right now, it does have lower prices!

That’s all for now. Until next time, Happy Stitching!

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