I finished this much by Sunday night.
I now have most of the borders done and hope to
have a Happy Dance by this evening.
Archive for November, 2008
Posted by tropo on November 26, 2008
I finished this much by Sunday night.
Posted by Susan on November 25, 2008
Scrapped the Silver Lining piece-didn’t like the fabric I had it on. So I started something new-HAED’s French Fililgree. I am using Vicki Clayton Silks and a Silkweaver fabric. So far I like it! I enjoy seeing everyone else’s updates!
Posted by vipsu2000 on November 24, 2008
Where are everybody? Anyway here is my achievement from last weekend.
Posted by vipsu2000 on November 22, 2008
I stitched these Christmas cards yesterday and I’m dreaming to get these done but I’m afraid it ain’t possible. I’m not able to stitch all weekend cause I have to clean whole house today. I don’t know why but these cards are extremely slow to stitch.
This is where I’m on Saturday night.
Posted by Susan on November 22, 2008
Well now that I am on the right weekend for the SAL, I will have a new start. I am starting Silver Lining’s “Sweet Peas”.
Posted by Stargazer on November 21, 2008
I was going to stitch on my Rose Sampler or photostitch this weekend but since Christmas is approaching so fast I thought I’d spend this weekend getting some gifts done. As they’re new projects, there’s no photo to start with so hopefully I’ll have something interesting to show by the end of the weekend.
Hope everyone meets their goals this weekend. Happy stitching! 😀
Posted by Bloesemfee on November 17, 2008
The progress I made this weekend has to be frogged again next weekend, at least for the better part 😦 Go see my blog, there’s a picture!
Posted by Lady Periphaeria on November 15, 2008
The next SAT is not this weekend, as this month started in Saturday and hence this weekend isn’t third whole weekend.
Next SAT is from 21st to 23rd of November. 🙂
Posted by Rachael on November 15, 2008
I totally forgot to post my goals even though I have already stared on my project for this stitchathon, I am doing Housework never killed anyone by Lizzie*Kate, I do have an update on my blog but will post all my progress on Sunday!
*I have already started this weekend, so this is my stitchathon progress for november as I will be out next weekend, it is my nieces 21st*
Posted by Susan on November 15, 2008
I will be stitching on White Nights of St Petes-will post a picture later!
Posted by Renée Goodvin on November 15, 2008
I’ll be stitching this weekend! I am going to work on a baby gift for a friend and try to get it finished. I am visiting at Thanksgiving and want to have it done so I can give it to her then.
Posted by tropo on November 15, 2008
It may be a little ambitious to say that I will finish this by this weekend, but I have stitched most of the sheep. I still have a lot of borders to finish. At least I will stitch as much as I can by Monday.
Posted by Bloesemfee on November 14, 2008
If so, I’m in for the first time! I’m Marlies from The Netherlands. I’m 31 years old and live with my DS and DB, 4 cats and 5 lizards. I have far too many hobbies, but stitching is my favourite one. I also like to scrapbook, make cards, make woolfelt dolls, read, take long walks, try to sew/quilt etc.
This weekend I’m working on I love summer, from Dragonfly Stitches. Here is where I am now. I don’t like to set a goal, because I always want to do much more than I can achive. That way I never meet my goals…. Well, now that I think about it, I can set a goal. My goals this weekend is to enjoy stitching this project, what became an UFO, again. Another goal is that I’d like to finish this project before next summer, using only the SAT-weekends to stitch on it.
You can find a pic from where I start today at my blog: www.mamamarlies.blogspot.com