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
And I just got Teresa's pics ~
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
I know - I know - another crow! This is going to be a pillow. There will be a *bird-in-tree* tree in my future. But, think about it, my BOAF finish hanging on the wall beside a small tree filled with birds. I could leave it up year round. Don't know - just a thought.
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.