No housework or excitement here today – just my little size 28 tapestry needle, Vikki Clayton premium silk floss, and Season 1 of ER on DVD … can you say “happy as a pig in mud?” 😛
Not a great deal of stitching done, but it’s still one step closer to an actual finish. With any luck I’ll be finished with this one by the end of next weekend, and then soon afterwards my missing threads will have arrived so I can go back to picking up some of my older WIPs once again (although the urge to stitch a million new things is still around!) 😀
And I’ll finish with something I haven’t done regularly for a while … here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – a Parisian garden.
Just a quick drive-by with a Quaker Huswif update – Katie has her Mum and sister staying with us this weekend, so I joined them in the lounge last night for a pizza and DVD night … which meant a couple of hours of stitching time for me 🙂
Oh so close now to finishing off this section – just that tiny bit of border left to go, then I can roll it up to start stitching on the final two quaker sections – over the halfway mark now, with 60% completed woohoo! Have to admit I’m really LOVING stitching on this one – I’m not normally a huge fan of Vikki Clayton silks, but this Premium floss is really great to stitch with one strand on 40ct fabric … an absolute dream! So much so that I’m considering getting some more for future projects … once I’ve stitched some more of my existing stash first LOL 😀
Now I’m about to wander across the road for a decent bucket of cappuccino and maybe some lunch ‘cos my tummy’s rumbling and I don’t have much food in the house! Then when I get back home again I need to get my head back into work mode and pick up my project work documentation again for work – if all goes well, and I can get everything pretty much finished today, then tomorrow I may just have to go into the office to finish off a couple of screen shots that I didn’t bring home with me from the reservations system, and email the document off to all the key stakeholders so they have time to review and finalise by the end of next week. While normally I’d be brassed off having to work during the long weekend, I have to admit I’ve really enjoyed working on it – and it’s been so much easier to concentrate at home!
And just because I haven’t done one for a while, here’s a Scenic Sunday post to finish off the day … from the coastal drive between Cairns and Port Douglas, Queensland.
Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – a church in Athens, Greece.
Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – Flynn’s Beach, Port Macquarie, NSW.
Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – Athens, Greece, from a walk nearby the Acropolis.
Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – the Barron Falls, Queensland.
Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – a wee town we passed through on the way to Adelaide (whose name escapes me!).
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This week’s theme is ”Fresh” – here are some fresh limes just before being squeezed for their juice. I love buying fruit in bulk from the fruit markets – especially fruits that can be frozen to keep the love happening throughout the following months!
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Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – Glenelg, Adelaide.
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Here is my choice for this week’s Blue Monday – Timberland, NSW.
Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – Bermagui, east coast of NSW, Australia.
Here is my choice for this week’s Scenic Sunday – Mossman Gorge, Queensland.
I was very lucky last week to receive a wonderful gift from Felicity in thanks for sending her a kit I had in my stash. It was a really generous gift that I was surprised and thrilled to receive. Thanks again Felicity! 🙂