Wednesday, February 14, 2007
With the latest snowstorm came more time to make progress on my current projects. I am determined to finish my New England Sampler, since so much floss is pulled for it, and I am so close, after all. I took it with me to a stitchy afternoon in Florence, KY, last weekend. Four of us enjoyed delicious quiche (from scratch) and soup from Panera. Yum! I am down to the final panel, having finished the border. And I must say, this tree and basket of apples came out lovely.
I have finished Crocus, too, and it was one of those surprisingly delightful designs. I picked up the chart on sale at Dixie Darlin' last summer, and on Buttercup yellow, it is striking.
Posted by Pam Schaffner at 6:24 PM
Sunday, February 4, 2007
Just finished Oh! Cluck! by putting the adorable buttons on. I just love stitching on Graziano checkered fabric. Spent yesterday afternoon at my best friend's house, stitching on Crocus, and watching The Illusionist, which was excellent. Paul Giamatti is so good in it! We tried a new ribs recipe, and they came out fabulous!! Thanks to all who commented on my first post. This is so much fun!
Posted by Pam Schaffner at 11:42 AM