For a little while tonight, I thought I had finished the third corner and was getting ready to start the last set of steps... and then I remembered I still had to stitch the little urns! Oh well... soon enough, I am sure!
I have been wondering about a few ladies I used to stitch round robins with years ago - I have totally lost touch with them, but was wondering if anyone who reads my blog knows any of these ladies? And if so, do you have email or snail mail addresses for them? I will list the ones whose names come immediately to mind... may list more later, just have to think about them and remember some last names still... Any help would be so appreciated, they are lovely people, and thanks in advance!
***Laurie Earl in Utah
***Verneil Chaouch in Minnesota
***Vicki Hand in Florida
***Lynda Huffman in California
***Cecilia Swanson in Indiana....
I still have some gorgeous fabrics for sale... I am seeking PayPal as payment - shipping is very low, $1.50 for one piece in the US and will set a low price for multiples or for non-US shipping - not looking to make money on you - just letting fabrics go to help out a good cause...you can see photos of the fabrics here - still available are:
Silkweaver Morning Dew 36 ct Edinburgh Linen, 18" x 26", $17 -sold
Silkweaver Golden Promise 36 ct Edinburgh Linen, 18" x 26", $17
Lakeside Linens Misty Rain 36 ct Edinburgh Linen, 18" x 27", $17 -sold
Sugar Maple Fabrics Atlantis 28 ct Jubilee, 18" x 27", $15
R&R Reproductions Fanci Blue 32 ct linen, 12" x 21.5", $12
I was in the dollar store today, and looky what I found - +1.00 readers... the strength my optometrist suggested I use when stitching now - at least if I am also watching TV and want to be able to focus quicker when looking up from my stitching. I only paid $1.00 for these... they are lightweight cadet blue plastic and far from fashionable - LOL! But, only Mike sees me wearing them anyhow! Not sure I like them, though. I didn't find them to be helpful - not yet at least, maybe I need to adjust. I see just fine when I stitch. I stitched a lot today on 40 ct without needing any help... I guess I am just not aware of any eye strain when it happens. But, anyhow, I figured it only cost me $1.00 to experiment :-)
Stitched on today: Finished a gift, and Mystery IX
PS - why do so many call fabrics "fabbies"? What's wrong with the word "fabric"?