I stitched on my travel kit while waiting in the airport.
I worked on the border. It was simple enough that I could stitch without referring back to the pattern.
There are other sections that it would be more fun to work on, but they involve more counting and attention to detail.
Usually I like to stitch the border last. So, I was very relieved that after stitching all of the vine the border connected back to itself. I hate ripping.
I was even able to fill in some of the shamrocks. I have many more to go.
When I got this pattern, it was a free download, but the link now yields only a "sorry this page could not be displayed". But I did find a link to a picture of a finished sampler.
The design is "An Irish Shamrock Sampler" by Lucy Lyons Willis of La Chatelaine Designs.