Well, so much for my plans to grid up the Leporello last night … it was quite late, so I thought I’d just stitch on an ‘existing’ project for the rest of the night, and start the Leporello today … um, well, that was the “plan” …
In reality, I started stitching Chatelaine’s Egyptian Garden, and I couldn’t put it down … so I ended up putting an entire 10 hours into it, and thus starting back into my rotation, which is well overdue 🙂 Here’s my progress to date.
And now I may have a partner in
crime stitching with the Leporello – I’d love to do a SAL with you, Jenna … I’ll drop you an email shortly and we can work out how we want to do that.
Which also reminds me, I also have to get my Macaw or Rainbow Lorikeets kitted up for a SAL with Carina … as well as the Bordeaux Sampler with Leslie and Carol, it’s gonna be a busy time coming up 🙂 But what a wonderful group of projects 😀
I’ve actually been getting over a small dose of a virus since Thursday (I had to come home from work early on Friday), so it’s been a perfect weekend just blobbing out and stitching … heavenly 🙂 But tomorrow I’m on 6am shifts, and there’s a loud party going off next door … not quite so heavenly But then I look back at my Egyptian Garden, and that heavenly feeling comes back 😀
I am thankful for stitching – and all the sheer pleasure, peace and joy that comes from it.