On this week’s chart on RPW 2016, the motifs in the centre are completed and there are three more motifs and a corner design. The chart is available here.
Made a mistake in calculation on the corner motif, had to remove the stitches and start over again. I like this corner motif.

rpw2016-w48

rpw2016-w48

The sampler we are working on RPW2016 seems to have completed the alphabets and numerals and started with motifs. The chart is available here.
These past weeks it is hard to work on this piece. The fabric is too big, each and every stitch needs to be checked, and only time the work proceeds faster is after making a mistake! Next time, any cross stitch project is going to be a personal challenge and it has to be small.  And this ‘next time’ should be several months later. Phew!

RPW2016-W47

RPW2016-W47

We completed the numerals on this week’s chart of the RPW 2016 challenge along with the mirror image of the border worked last week. The chart is here.

RPW 2016-W46

RPW 2016-W46

This week’s chart was definitely easier to work than the past few weeks. I managed to work without making mistakes. Phew! The chart is available on the RPW 2016 blog.

RPW2016-W45

RPW2016-W45

The fourth part of this alphabet is posted on the RPW 2016 page here. While working the chart there have been some missing rows and miscalculations of the number of stitches this week. It takes around four hours to work them, by two hours tiredness creeps in, this leads to these mistakes. At this point, I am not interested in rectifying them. My sampler might not be one of the many!
The chart worked so far-

RPW2016-W44

RPW2016-W44

We are still continuing with the same alphabets on this week’s chart on RPW 2016 challenge. the chart is here. I think we don’t need to use codes to write with this style! Each and every letter if seen individually does not bear a resemblance to the real English letters. Seen together here, we can see some similarity, I suppose.

RPW2016-W43

RPW2016-W43

This week also we are continuing with the same alphabets. They are definitely different. The half crosses on the last three letters, were first worked with the help of the chart and afterwards completed. this seems easier. The chart is  available here.

RPW2016-W42

RPW2016-W42