I traced the design onto the fabric.
First I have to do three windows. I thought thread would be couched on an angle but these windows are done in a different way. Organza is ironed on with stitch witchery kind of stuff. Then you have to measure and put in rows of foundation stitches evenly across the window. I used Tiger Tape and tape measure tape to help me. Then you weave through the foundation stitches. The first window I tried was a little messy. The second window went better. The window is bordered with Portuguese border stitch. I haven't done that before. I think I have the hang of it.
This side has about forty million leaves on it done in fly stitch. (Actually, there are around fifty.) I tried one just to see how it went. Not too bad and pretty quick. The leaves are three different colors of thread.
Someone asked what color my amaryllis is. I don't know. I threw away the box so I don't know if it said on there what color it is. I think it will be red but it will be fun to find out.
It is snowing here so I had to walk at the Y. I watched a whole season of Sneaky Pete on Amazon and enjoyed it although I didn't catch a few parts of it. I was stitching as I was watching. I should watch it all again to see if I can pick up who everybody is and understand the entire plot. But it was very good anyway. It is very clever.