Some of the cross stitchers in blogland have set stitching goals for the two weeks of the Olympics. I, on the other hand, am not doing too much stitching these days (and the small amount I am doing goes very slowly) because I am trying to heal my shoulder. I got a cortisone injection back at the beginning of June and did have some reduction in pain, but then I hurt my back and spent about six hours one day sitting on the couch with an ice pack on my back and passing the time by stitching. That undid all the good of the injection. When I returned to the doctor on July 17, she said it is still possible the cortisone will do some good, and to try not to raise my arm too high. She still thinks it's just tendinitis. I have discovered that some things aggravate it, including stitching and using the computer mouse. So back o the Olympics. Despite the fact that using the mouse bothers me, my goal is to blog about all the pictures I have taken and edited.
This is The "Crowsline" by Cedar Hill. I have no idea how many years ago I started this project, but at that time, I found stitching on the linen fabric too frustrating, and set it aside. I finally decided it was time to finish up some UFOs. Once I started working on it again, it took only a few evenings to complete it. Unfortunately, I don't have any information about the fabric, but I can say that I used the recommended DMC threads. I still have to figure out how to complete it - a pillow, perhaps.