It’s been awhile, hasn’t it? Where does the time go? Well I’ve been working lots again, especially this month and I give thanks that the shop is busy as we try to get orders out as quickly as we can. Want to keep stitching in your hands!
The supply chain is still an issue, with some things better than others. But when I look at the walls and see what we really have to work with, we have lots to give thanks for.
While you’ve been busy stitching your 21 in 21, my finishes pale in comparison. Have you discovered these Hedgehog Travel Tags yet? They’re very addictive once you’ve started, trust me you just can’t stitch 1! I’ve finished 4, with the other one not pictured is the other version of San Diego. Finishing by Island House Needlepoint. I’ve got at least 4 or 5 waiting for me in my queue until I finish my purse. Purse you say?
This was me the other night when I was trying to finish the middle design with the yellow that I had and was sweating it because of dyelot issues. I did have enough, thank goodness! The canvas is by the Meredith Collection and is called an Adelaide bag and is 2 sided… so does that count as 2 finishes?
This is a Q Code by Victoria Whitson. You read it with your phone and it translates to test negative, think positive and is being finished into a frame weight by Island House Needlepoint. See there’s something else to give thanks for…testing negative.
So I’m counting my finishes, 1 cat ornament, perfume bottles, 4 travel tags, frame weight and 2 sides of my purse and I’m sure I’ll finish another travel tag or two before year end. So maybe 10 or 11? Not bad and I do give thanks that I am able to stitch just about every night.
and these two cats of mine make my life just about purrfect, with their antics, kisses, purring motor, demands for attention and so much more. See I really do have lots to be thankful for.
Hope you had a good Thanksgiving with your purry ones! Enjoyed seeing your stitched canvases.
Yes I did and hopefully you did too! and thank you!
I just had a negative test! Have a cold, then a friend had a positive, so got tested. Not too much stitching for me, the head is not cooperating at all. Maybe later. Love your kitties!
Feel better! and they feel the love!
We don’t do Thanksgiving here in South Africa, but I do thank you for coming back for the occasion. Glad you are happily stitching, certain purrsons purrmitting, and helping lots of customers to do likewise. Your blogs are always cheerful; they brighten my day!
Love “purrsons” and I just might need to use that! Thank you very much!
Love the Adelaide bag. Like you, can’t wait to see it made up. Hope you had a stitching and restful Thanksgiving.
I did! and hopefully you did too. I am expecting 6 months for finishing time! Thank you