Friday, August 26, 2005

SBQ - August 26, 2005

Here is the SBQ for this week:

What's the largest project you've ever done? What's the smallest?

I think the largest project I've ever stitched is the Monopoly game board. I don't have a single picture of the Monopoly piece. The next time I dig in the cedar chest I'll find it and snap a picture or two. When I finish Terre de France, it will be the largest. Notice I said WHEN I finish, not IF I finish! As a rule, I prefer small or medium sized projects.

The smallest project is a design by a local stitcher. When stitched on 40 ct over one the design fits into a tiny metal picture frame that you can wear as a pendant. I've posted this picture before, but here it is again.
















5 comments:

Bea said...

What small project!! But it's so cute!!! Very nice!!

Joanie said...

What a teeny tiny piece, I think it's cool!

Your question is intriguing, the largest piece I ever stitched was Anne Grimshaw.

Dawn said...

That is sooo tiny! My eyes hurt just thinking about stitching something that small. I would love to see a pic of the Monopoly Board.

KarenV said...

I love that teeny over one piece - very cute!

Lelia said...

Too cute. You win the smallest project prize award. I have to ask, did you ever insert this into the tiny frame + wear it?

I might have seen something like this at the LNS.

Monopoly, no kidding. I was looking at the Drawn Thread checker board & shook my head.

Stitch well!