Monthly Archives: June 2017
This was a very enjoyable project. I feel it turned out so well because the design was so well laid out and the instructions were so thorough along with extra photos in case I was feeling confused.
My kids slept in. Then they got up and played nicely for two hours in their room. Then came breakfast. This was a first ever. It was so peaceful apart from the loud thumping and occasional scream. Bluebird in Silk … Continue reading
Of course vacation meant not finishing one of the two stitching projects I brought with me, but rather starting another. This had been a dream for some time, before chasing down Emma Congdon’s Literary Quotes, which happened to have not … Continue reading
This beginning of this skirt has been repeated 8 times now. This is the first time I got to the end. Unfortunately, it won’t be the last. This year’s OAL has been filled with (minor) frustrations for me, all of … Continue reading
Progress so far on my Berry Ripple Skirt. It’s turning out nicely and I’m glad I didn’t put it off until last. Doing this while dealing with kids or watching TV has lead me to frogging many a row because … Continue reading
This little guy didn’t get finished before vacation, but is just a few tailfeathers and feet short of done. I ran out of white silk so the blue on his belly is starker than planned. Late night work=crooked work. Grr! … Continue reading