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Let It Snow

October 16, 2010

 

I am still fighting my cough…bummer. 

 I finally picked up a needle on Thursday.  I wasn’t ready to tackle my painted canvas so I went back to my snowman.  I’ve made quite a bit of progress on him. I stitched on him on the plane going to seminar and on several evenings.  I completed the hat and scarf and began on the body and face.  The instructions says it is quick and easy to stitch. I agree that the stitches are easy but it does take a bit of time as it is on congress cloth.

I did put Indian Woman on my floor stand in the livingroom.  Now snowman is on my stand in my studio.  I am ready to stitch on whichever project I feel like doing.

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  1. jcphelps permalink
    October 20, 2010 9:26 pm

    Stitchlady, Sorry to hear you are under the weather, hope to hear you will rid of that cold soon! I want you to know that I have read your blog in its entirety and I have enjoyed every minute of it from your travels to your stitching. You now live in a place I use to live, Sierra Vista, AZ. But back to stitching, I have been switching over from cross stitch to needlepoint (I have explained why in my blog-http://withneedlenthread.blogspot.com/). I wondered if you make a suggestion in the poll I have on my blog, suggesting what would be a good piece for a person to re acclimate themselves to needlepoint. Also if you could comment on what tools you think one should invest in, such as stretcher bars (which are new to me) and so forth. I have your blog in my google reader and will keep posted on your adventures and progress, Jean

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