I sewed for hours and hours in the car. It kept me awake and I made lots of progress as we travelled along.
On Canada Day, we watched the fireworks from the 15th floor of an office building facing Parliament Hill. We arrived early to get "window seats" and I did some cross stitch while we waited. Here is my view as I stitched:
The fireworks were spectacular! We had a great view and did not get wet during the rain that happened before the fireworks.
The window was wet from the rain.
I did more sewing on the drive home.
I filled in the white part, which took a while...
The next step---adding all the snow on the ground...lots of solid stitching with this part. There is a shiny thread added to this part and I find it gets tangled easily so the stitching is a little slower. I guess that's why we call it slow stitching...
I will be linking up to Kathy's Slow Sunday stitching on Sunday morning.