A few weeks ago I showed a little fob I had gotten in Cleveland. Teresa had the same one and offered to do SAL with me. We are working on the fob one day a week and posting on Fridays. Honestly, I think we both could have finished it in one sitting. Haven't seen her post yet - so not sure if I need to catch up or if I'm ahead. It's started and will be adorable. I'm thinking of making a second one already. lol
|Tiny Garden Scissor Fob|
Shepard's Bush Kit
She's thinking we should be able to finish the stitching next week and then the 3rd week we will show our finishes! I totally agree - as she said - the shortest SAL in history.
I also finished another small but I'm not thrilled with how the variegation spotted in the one pumpkin. It needs a redo. ;0)
But, the design that I thought was a Plum Street - well, it isn't...
|A Crow Above|
Designs by Lisa
Antique Copper linen
Garin and I went to Winnie the Pooh today. Old school animation. What a joy! He was a good boy (got a bit fidgety when the sleepies arrived) and we had a wonderful time together. He's napping now.
Tomorrow is a BIG day for us. Rob, Courtney and Andrew, Logan and I are going to see Harry Potter. It is officially the end to our children's childhood. I'll never forget reading the first book when the kids were in 1st and 4th grade. At dinner one night I told them about the book. Logan thought Hogwart's was a real school and wanted d-e-t-a-i-l-s! A year later - they were both reading the books. We've gone to see most of the movies together. Don't laugh but I'm a bit saddened by the end of the franchise.
Time to go stitch a bit and then it might be computer shopping time.