13 hours ago
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Between breaking the plate that day, and snipping the fabric, I also set a paper towel on fire while wiping up grease spatter. It was not my day. Now I considered a normal, no fire, nothing breaking day to be really nice and wonderful, instead of just a normal boring day. Perspective I guess. We all need that from time to time.
Friday, January 13, 2017
So I am now beginning again.
I'd started it on a lambswool color the first time, and this time I picked a light gray.
I started today by dropping a 4 quart empty cooking pot onto a corelle plate in the kitchen sink. It shattered the plate. But it was all in the sink making it a safe place to break and easy to know I got all the shards.
I was going to get groceries, but I'm not leaving the house after this was the way my day started.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
DONE! And even ironed. It's still not really a piece that I like. But it did have color, and I did finish it. And then I started a chart from my stash. I did iron the Death by Cross Stitch, and I'm admiring it from the sofa, but I'm not quite ready to just go back to it yet.
Saturday, January 7, 2017
And I had to re-stitch the GIV - I spaced it wrong. And the L with the big dot - in Listen. Just wasn't laying flat. Frogged and restitched it. I wanted something different - and it's different for me.
Thursday, January 5, 2017
6 charts - 12 words total... On 28 count white evenweave - one over one. Using suggested dmc colors. Should be about 2.75 inches by 13.5 inches. There was a scrap the perfect size in my stash. I did have to go buy 2 skeins of floss.
This is one long night's worth of stitching. It's a sort of funny choice of charts. It was what I have - not a favorite, or on my list of charts I want to stitch... It's just something to stitch with color.
I'm not putting the other chart away - it's within reach. It's just something to stitch that will cost me less than a dollar.