Thursday, March 27, 2008

Got that itch to start something new...


Houses of Hawk Run Hollow made it back out of the WIP drawer tonight :-) As I said a few days ago, I want to finish it this year, and since I enjoy stitching it, there is no reason not to give it attention. I am not sure if some of what I stitched tonight is even visible... the ecru silk used to frame inside the windows doesn't show well (I did half the windows, then got a little bored and moved on to more bricks).

OK, I have that urge to start another small to medium sized project again. What will it be? Hmmm.... I have a ton of such projects upstairs, and I have a few in particular already in mind - I just need to make sure to choose one that is all kitted up. I am not likely to run to any LNS or craft store tomorrow, with 3-6" of snow forecasted for the day tomorrow. We'll see - maybe I will have something new to show tomorrow ;-)

And, on a final note and just in my own humble opinion - Donald Trump did not make the right choice tonight. Trace Adkins should be the Celebrity Apprentice - he played the game fairly and without playing the nasty card... Oh well.

Stitched on today: Finished HoE Pinkeep Exchange, and stitched on Houses of Hawk Run Hollow

11 comments:

Kim B said...

I love the cow!

And I can't wait to see what small/medium project you have to show us next time!

Kendra said...

Piers was awesome at raising money, but his personality leaves much to be desired. Although it was nice to see someone - a non-American, at that! - so devoted to our American soldiers. I give him MUCH credit for that. Perhaps that's what The Donald did, too.

I still *heart* Trace Adkins. I've been a fan ever since he first hit the country scene back in the 90's.

DaisyGirl said...

I'm gonna try to at least finish my first square over spring break on my VohRh, I have had way too many pans in the fire! Really want to work on this one!
Donna

Kathy A. said...

More snow. My goodness girl - where will you put it!!!
I agree - I think Trace Adkins should have won. Ruthlessness is not the way to win a CHARITY Apprentice.

Barbara said...

The ecru shows up fine when I click to enlarge the picture. :)

More snow? Good grief!!

Carol R said...

A cute cow - windows look fine to me too!

Karoline said...

HoHRH is looking lovely and Sharon's biscornu is gorgeous

Yuko said...

How can you manage such lots of big and wonderful projects?!
Amazing! and they all are so beautifully stitched!
I also have been working on HOHRH and SOHRH, but they don't go ahead fast, very very slow... so I don't know or I don't want to think how many years it will take to complete, lol

Heather said...

Love your HOHRH Carol, I can't wait to see how it looks when it's finished.

Andrea said...

HoHRH is looking good, you're making great progress.

Karin said...

Your exchanges are always gorgeous, Carol! I love your progress as well.