Monday, September 10, 2012

Weekly Update

Good morning all. The weather has finally dropped to 65 degress this morning and only suppose to get to the middle 80s today. It is nice. What a busy week, work and family and friends. My grandson turned 18 on Monday and we had his party on Saturday. He had several of his friends in to help him celebrate. Then my granddaughter, Anna, made the 7th grade vollyball team at her Briscoe Junior High. Ever with all that was going on, I did get a little stitching done. I have started two ornaments for exchanges, so will not show them until my exchange partners receive them. One of my readers asked what kind of rotation I follow. At the beginning of 2011, I joined a Challenge WIP. I stitched on 15 different WIPs. Since a number of them were series, I am still stitching on some of them. This year I have added a few new pieces that I have started stitching for gifts and exchanges. I stitch each day on a different WIP which works for me. Ever if the progress is small, each piece is growing. I so enjoy all of your comments and it is so neat to know that somemany of you enjoy seeing my progress of WIPS grow. Here are pictures of my week:

 Christopher showing off his Texas Map.
Anna, his little sister helping light the candles.
Mom, Cut the cake please.

 Another letter done on The Alphabet Sampler-With My Needle
 A lot of snow to be done on Snowman and Friends-Gold Collection Kit
 The rabbit is taking shape: Christmas Animals-Heaven and Earth
 Percy Pig-Mill Hill
 The owl is so cute- The Halloween House-U Michaels- A SAL with Linda at http://stitchingwithmyfurbabies and other ladies.
 The magnolias are coming together good - RedBirds Marie Barber JCS nov/dec 2011

Happy stitching this week.


cucki said...

Lovely party pictures and beautiful stitching..
Love xxx

Denise SA said...

Great progress I love to see you photos each week

Jo said...

great to see your grandson with his Texas map and the cake. Lovely stitching as always x

Anonymous said...

Your grandson looks so happy with his Texas map. Lovely progress on your pictures.