Saturday, August 4, 2018

FNwF August

I signed up to FNwF eagerly with plans to finish a few ufo's & hopefully put my Round We Go bom together until i realised that once again my daughter's orthodontist appointment fell on sewing Friday. :( :(. By the time i do the trip in & back home it leaves me tired & little time to sew. I really need to talk to the receptionist & tell her no appointments on sewing Friday.

Sew what to do? My Grandson asked me what i was doing when they called in for a few minutes & i told him i was contemplating what i would do with my evening. Whether to do the outline stitching of my cross stitch, some EPP or find some patterns to trace out. Tracing some stitcheries won out.

I traced one of Gail Pan's designs & it won the "which will i stitch first" decision.

The other one ready to stitch is from Fig N Berry.

Such a cute little Christmas design.

Pop on over to visit with our lovely hostess Cheryll to see who joined in & what projects they worked on.

Happy Stitching,

12 comments:

Cheryll said...

Glad you stopped by after your exhausting day Jeanette. I love the tracing and look forward to seeing you work on it. Xox

Anonymous said...

Glad you had time to get some stitching organised after your very busy day,well done my friend xx

Karen's Korner said...

You have to start somewhere and that was a good start.

Julie said...

A great start Jeanette ... you did well! Yes definately - those dental receptionists just do NOT understand about our crafting priorities!!

Michelle Ridgway said...

Nice work after a busy day xx

Susan said...

decisions decisions - too many projects!! tracing is restful if you are a bit pooped.

Fiona said...

Both lovely stitcheries, glad you got some sewing done...
Hugz

Maria said...

Two great projects ready to stitch...

Karen S said...

Always worth getting projects ready.

O'faigh said...

Enjoyed seeing your projects Jeanette

Joy from Days Filled With Joy said...


Oh my.. that bear is soooo cute!!!xx

FlourishingPalms said...

It's good to see that you don't let difficulties get in the way of relaxing time. Stitcheries are just as fulfilling as making quilts. Keep enjoying!