All pieces of the BrightSea Village Library have now been stitched and are waiting for the addition of beads before assembly.
While my needle’s still hot I’m already starting on Yeung Shing, the next miniature carpet in my collection. Here are the colours I’m using.
You know what it’s like when you’re down to the last few chapters of a really gripping book and you can’t wait to know how it ends? This is like that. I’m speeding along with the BrightSea Village Library and I’m so looking forward to seeing how it ‘s going to look when I’m finished. There’s one more wall to go after I’ve finished this panel.
Making huge progress on BrightSea Village’s library. No boring roof on this building. (Hooray!) There’s a roof garden with plants and garden benches and, oh yes, even a few passing seagulls.
Oops. I kind of dropped the ball with BrightSea Village’s library. I am working on it, I promise. Here’s a little peek at how things are going.
Although I’ve described BrightSea as a seaside village there isn’t much except the name and a smattering of seagulls to indicate that. So I had to fix that situation by adding The Lighthouse. There are seaweed covered rocks, sand, sea, a fish and even some penguins.