Sunday, 20 January 2013

Snow time = stitching time

We've had snow since Friday - in fact school was closed 10.30am on Friday so we could all get home.Yesterday DH and I walked into town to do a little shopping, it was very picturesque but I was very glad I had my wellies on.

Today we have had constant snow since 7am - we should have been going to The France Show in London to enjoy a day of francais living and hopefully book some good deals on P&O ferries or My Ferry Link. Unfortunately the weather has beaten us which is very disappointing as we have paid for our tickets already and booked a wine tasting seminar.

So instead I have been sorting a few more of Dad's papers - some are easy, they go straight in the shredder or recycling; some make me smile; and others make me pause and think a while.

I have been doing a few bits of stitching but there is only one piece I can share here as the other pieces are for gifts - although two of the gifts are for people who are not members of Needlecraft Haven (yes really hee hee) so I will be sharing on the forum.

Anyway here is my progress on A Place We Call Home which I didn't do on Wednesday in the Parlour but did a little yesterday.


Please stay warm and safe if you have any snow - happy stitching x x x

6 comments:

  1. Parlour stitching is growing nicely.
    The snow looks wonderful out the window!
    My wellies were in use yesterday morning, nanny went on the sledge to see Isabelle lol. Xx

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  2. Your stitching looks great. I haven't ventured out since Friday afternoon.

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  3. Lovely stitching Clare. Sorry you had to miss your show

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  4. Hello! Returning the following. I love your idea of a themed mantle. I try to swap my displays around but inevitably forget to do it on the first day of the month and it's still Christmas in parts of my house!

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  5. The winter is a perfect time to make stitching progress!

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  6. Love your WIP and can't wait to see the other things you are working on.

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