I have a happy dance! I finished Home of a Needleworker, Too this past Saturday during my monthly stitch-together. I also started pulling fibers for my new needlepoint project, but I’m not starting it until the current needlepoint piece is finished. I think I have 4 more squares to do.
Instead of working said needlepoint piece I pulled out FAS and started stitching on it again. It’s a little sad since I’m stitching where I can see Bandit’s name, but I’m looking for a place to add Jasper in. Harley already has her spot. I’m almost half way finished with it! I’m thinking of continuing on with it until I’m at that point — with a break to stitch up my class piece.
I’m avoiding The Queen!
Thanks for laughing with me over my stitching stand. I actually have it sitting in my way in my room and put my needlepoint piece in it to see how it would feel using it. I also have been given (to try out) the Needlework System 4 stand. The person who has lent it to me is wanting to sell it to me and I’m thinking of going ahead and buying it. I have looked everywhere for other components to the Grip-It with no luck. I know it’s no longer being made, but I was hoping to find it on eBay. If I do buy the NS4 I can buy other components for it. Thinking, thinking, thinking.
I’ve pulled fabric for the needlepin cushion for the October class. I’ll probably cut and serge it this weekend and start stitching on it so I can get back to FAS. I purchased this particular Loose Feathers design from Drema as a fully kitted piece and the fabric is really dark! I remember in the instruction something about fading the fabric out, but I’ve decided to stitching my design on a piece of Lambswool. The instructions also call for filling it with ground walnut shells and if anyone out there knows….is there a chance they can stain the piece? This thought it is the back of my head since I know walnuts were/are used for dying fabrics.
HarleyQuinn came to work with me this morning and charmed everyone. She had a follow up appointment for her teeth extraction and it was easier to bring her with me so I could get a little work done, than staying at home all morning and driving her back and forth. Jasper was not pleased at staying behind.