Since the Life Expectancy quiz has put a period at the end of my life at age 95, I'm starting to question if I'll ever finish this monster. This large round motif ate up a significant part of last weekend.
That was the last round motif. All of the rest are more straightforward. Oh...do you think I'm implying that I'll finish it quickly? Well get that thought right out of your heads. Unless I suddenly become a deposed queen who gets to sit in a dreary tower with her attending ladies all day and nothing else to do but say "woe is me" and work on my needlework, I think we're looking at several more months before I can put this in the FINISHED pile.
Stitch night was a good night for working on Antiqued Sampler. All of the silliness didn't make for accurate counting, though, so I only finished the plant on the left.
Colleen, one of my Friday stitchers. She brought them back for us when she went to the Celebrations show in Nashua this past spring and it's so darn cute. It's mostly paper crafted, in case you paper-crafting readers were wondering. That makes it very lightweight and I take it everywhere. Also, you'll see that Colleen's name up there has a link associated with it. So if you click on her name, you'll see that it leads to her blog! Yes! Another stitcher enters the blog world! And a Pittsburgh stitcher at that! So please pop over there and say hello and admire her stitching. Especially the two SB stockings that she's just recently finished. They're beautifully done and bless her for finishing eight of them. Yes. Eight. With minimal cussing.
I'm so looking forward to our Labor Day weekend. Dave and I plan to go where the wind blows us all weekend. Even if it just blows us to our own front porch, that'll be just fine by me.
I hope the wind blows all of you to pleasant places this weekend, too.