Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Never enough time

I have decided to set up a rotation in hopes that I will finally finish SOMETHING!!! My tastes seem to go to large projects; the amount of time I have seems better suited to tiny projects. Here's the plan:

1. Stitch the Retro RR ornament as soon as the supplies arrive.

2. Monday - Celtic Winter

3. Tuesday - Mystery VIII

4. Wednesday - Band of Many Colors Sampler

5. Thursday - choice of projects

6. Friday - archived project of choice

7. Saturday - Celtic Winter

8. Sunday - Mystery VIII

I have been working on my Celtic Winter; the picture is not very interesting yet; right now I am working on the swirls at the bottom of the skirt - I don't like working with metallics (although I adore the way they look), so I am trying to get this out of the way early.

This past weekend, my stamping buddy from Charlotte NC came up to spend the weekend. We discovered a fabulous stamping/scrapbooking store and stamp club. Now I am hoping my inky fingers don't discolor my linen. We also painted one wall in the garage while my friend was here - not everybody you know is willing to help you paint your garage!!!!! She has my undying gratitude.

Oh, my Expressions linen Silkweaver Fabric of the Month arrived today. It is gorgeous. I couldn't be more pleased. It is the only stash I will be getting for a while. I have to save up for Chatelaine Mystery IX and Sampler Mystery II and Pearl Lights and Smalls (the list is endless!!!)

Well, that's all for now. Happy stitching, Margaret


Carol said...

Your rotation sounds like a great plan :-) Thanks for the heads up - that means my FOTM from Silkweaver is on its way too :-) Dying to see a WIP of your CW!!

Carol said...

Hi Margaret! How are you?? How is your Celtic Lady coming along? Hope you have been well :-)

Carol said...

Hi Margo - hope you had a great Thanksgiving :-)

Heather said...

I hope you managed to stitch without gettin ink on your fabric, it's not nice.
I was stitching the other day and my 3 year flicked her paint brush and paint ended up on the wall and a blob on my stitching. I'm not doing anything about it yet, I hope that the frame covers it and it's on the reverse anyway.

Carol said...

Merry Christmas Margaret! Silly me, I lost your address - had really wanted to send you a card - I am so embarrassed about that!