Unpacking instead of stitching

That’s what my day has entailed today … not a single stitch has been done, although I managed to stitch about 2 more inches of Winter Queen’s “derriere” and white fur before I hit the hay last night.Ā  I won’t bother taking another WIP photo though, as you’re probably sick to death of seeing her by now šŸ˜‰

Instead I’ve been doing a spot of housework, tidying up the lounge and my bookcase – plus unpacking one more box in my bedroom.Ā  This contained a multitude of items … including a little note I’d jotted down at some stage – that note was to add a couple of designs to my wishlist.Ā  I couldn’t remember what they looked like, so I did a quick search online, and I have to say they’re still on my wishlist … I absolutely adore the Starry Night one!!Ā  This is from one of my favourite paintings (I have the full chart by Fine Arts Heritage, I think, to stitch – it’s quite large, and unlikely to be stitched in my lifetime but I still had to own it!).

White Hart Designs-Starry Night
“Starry Night” by White Hart Designs

White Hart Designs-True Blue
“True Blue” by White Hart Designs

Now it’s back to the box again – I’d really like to clean out this one before I got to bed tonight … that leaves just 15 boxes left to go!! šŸ˜›

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9 thoughts on “Unpacking instead of stitching

  1. They are both lovely pieces. I’m still living surrounded by boxes, too. It’s a mad sort through boxes when I need to find something from my stash!

  2. Starry Night is also on my to-do list šŸ™‚ I have the big chart, too…but think I would need to finish up quite a few other projects before starting something like that!

  3. Hi, I found your site when searching for something, and I enjoyed this blog.
    The only thing is, you’re killing me here, because I want that Starry Night by White Hart Designs and can’t get it anywhere.
    If you or anybody else knows where I can get it, please, please post or something!
    I’ve lived for so long out of boxes, I don’t remember what it’s like to have everything in it’s place. Don’t do what I did, and get used to it….

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