09 January 2011

Days 6 through 8

Just a quick drive-by posting to show you the past three days.

Thursday's Sugar Plum Fairy start. I forget what fabric I'm using. I think it's Lambswool Jobelan, but not too sure on that one.

Friday's It Snowed Last Night start. I really can't say enough how I love this chart. I already know I want it framed with a double mat, white on top with a line of red.

Yesterday's A Nuisance of Cats. I worked on this when I got home last night. It's probably two-thirds of the way finished, which makes me happy! I love stitching it.

Today I am starting Patriotic Summer, as soon as I find my pack of needles. CBS Sunday Morning is coming on in a few minutes and I can't think of a better way to spend a frosty Sunday morning than to watch that show and stitch.

Hoping your day passes splendidly.


Kathy A. said...

You have chosen some beautiful projects for the 15 day Challenge. It is fun watching you stitch all the different things. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

I love these designs. God luck with the rest of your challenge. :)

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Great starts! I don't know how you all can do this crazy challenge - it would drive me CRAZY, for sure! Enjoy your day.

Sharon Crescent said...

all very sweet, Rachel

riona said...

I love what you have been doing. I am getting quite a kick out of checking the blogs of other crazy challenge folks ... such a broad range of topics and styles. Happily, after three years of limiting myself to just five new chart purchases a year, I am pretty much immune to the enabling.
But a different kind of cost-free enabling is going on as well. I saw BBD Moon Garden on another challenge blog which reminded me that I have that in my stash and have always wanted to stitch it. Maybe it'll get tacked on as a Day 16 project.

Pumpkin said...

You got some good stitching done in the last three days :o)

Lizy said...

The nuisance of cats is coming along great!!! I be back to see finish!!!!

Rachael xxx said...

Great progress

My world of Insanity said...

Beautiful work. Who designed Sugar Plum fairy?

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls