I know that's not how the song goes... but, it would be fitting for today.
Tuesday was a great day for golf! It was my first time out with my new clubs, and I shot a 49. Judy, my golf partner, and I took 18 points! We are off to a great start in this golf league!
No new pictures to post, so, I'll take a page from Sharon, and post a few older ones. She has just started a new blog, and has some great pictures up. Go take a look!
Here is May Flower Cat from Puddin Designs. I finished this into a needleroll. This is fitting for CeeCee today, as he keeps chewing on my artificial tulips!
This is from a Round Robin I did a few years ago. Shadow keeps looking out the window, but, there isn't a lot of activity out there with the rain.
I made up some Potato Soup for supper. I'm thinking it will take the 'chill' off of this rainy day. Then I can stitch the rest of the evening. I spent the morning doing the housework thing, and took a nap this afternoon. Housework is hard work!!
SBQ - May 10, 2006
When you stitch from a kit and use the supplied floss do you have
leftovers? If so, how much and what do you do with them? If not, do
you usually have just enough or do you have to dig into your stash to
I don't do very many kits, but, the ones I have done seem to have enough floss. I can only think of two that didn't and they were both the overdyed. It might have been the way I stitched, so, I just called the LNS and ordered more. If I tend to have leftovers, I will leave them with the chart, so, if I pass it on, the colors are with it.
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On the stitching front: I finished the Blue Ribbon Designs freebie 'The Alphabet Tree', and am stitching on CCN Ladybugs and Bumblebees. I need to get busy on my Quaker Sampler, as I haven't started part 4 yet, and I have two exchanges to stitch up... that all should keep me out of trouble for the rest of the week -- and Sunday is DT Game Board!
Thanks for reading and commenting...
Stitching on today: CCN Ladybugs and Bumblebees