Most of what I've been up to lately is not stitching related. Which is totally wrong and must be stopped. I also must learn to be better organized about all the stuff I don't like to do so it doesn't pile up so much.
Also, it would be helpful if I stopped getting sick.
Last weekend was the totally awesome March Stitching Retreat at the Timberhouse Bed and Breakfast that Ann arranges for us. This year I took the train on Thursday and spent the night with Bonnie, her DH Blair and the cats. It was a nice way to start the weekend.
Then it was 3 days of Stitch, Eat, Sleep.
I discovered Friday that I had to rip out all the white I had put on Earthdancer and all the hair to the right. It was NOT pretty. I spent the whole weekend putting it back in.
I do have a few pictures:
We had a wonderful fire to stitch by - once they got some smaller pieces of wood
We had a wonderful lunch Saturday that Dan prepared. Followed by some stash shopping at Knowledge and Needles
Some of the wonderful stitching on display
Earthdancer at the end of the weekend. I thought I'd spare you all the pain of seeing her with her hair ripped out.
I did a "little" stitching this week.
World of cross stitching no. 172
I'm waiting for a piece of fabric so I can start the wedding piece. I hope it will be here this week. Once it does arrive then that will be my focus as the wedding is fast approaching.
Before I head off to do the thousand and one things I should do today a birthday wish to Dani:
May you have a year of friends, fun and smoking needles. Happy Birthday :)