Well finally, page 3 is finished. I actually finished two days ago, but between my schedule and photobucket being uncooperative, I couldn't post it until today...but that's what happens when you're too eager, I guess. haha On to page 4!! This one should be quick...it's a shorter page, and I'm supereager to get it done! Wish me luck...
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
I am a slow stitcher! It's getting close to the end of the page now, and I want to stitch day and night, but apparently I can't do that, because I have RESPONSIBILITEEEEEES... Growl! Why can't the laundry clean itself?! Why can't we have take-out every night for dinner!? After the boys are in bed tonight, my time is mine to stitch! Who needs clean socks, anyway?
Thursday, September 08, 2011
Well, I'm embarrassed to say...I really haven't done any stitching over the summer. Too many things to do...hoping for sunny weather and trying to make the best of the rain. But I'm back. I did some stitching Sunday and again last night, so I may be back on the stitching roll. I'll post a picture in the next few days, as I'm getting closer to finishing that page! I love when I see progress! All for now...
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Happy Easter to everyone! You would think I would have some time between eating chocolate eggs and bunnies to post a picture, wouldn't you?! Who knew someone could do so much laundry on Easter Sunday. But I promise, before midnight tonight, I will post a picture. Not quite finished the third page, but there's enough done to see some progress. Can't wait to get that page done. It's really motivating me!
Monday, April 18, 2011
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Yes, so here I am. I'm new to this, so please bear with me! My intention is to post my progress on my crosstitching success, and possibly frustrating failures, and share with you all the exciting news about the harrowing experiences of my precious crosstiching. Yes, my dog often grabs my crosstich! One of the children usually find her trying to have a good chew on either the end of my Q-snap, the ravelling ends of my fabric, or chewing a a skein of floss off a bobbin. Trust me, once a dog has slobbered and chewed on your floss, it's no longer usable!