Well by the time I had my coat on and was ready to go out the heavens had opened so I decided a mornings stitching was a better idea. Now much as I have enjoyed stitching on Queen there has been a niggle with it since I started. That niggle was the white which just did not show up, not only on the photos but even in real life unless you were right on top of it then it was invisible. So I decided to take a chance and do the bottom corner in the same shade as I had done the other perle section in the main body of the chart. I am thrilled with the results and although it will mean frogging the two top corners I know I will end up far more happy with it. Here is what it looks like at the moment.
Now to the lovely chart I saw. Ahhhhh it is going to cost £12.75 rather a lot for a chart I thought. Aparently this is because it is actually for two charts but that is like making me pay for a chart I do not want and will not use. I am sorry but I sometime think designers take us for a ride. I try to be fair with them but I think they too should be fair with us. Some designers do beautiful complicated designs and charge a fair price but others seem to charge an awful lot for not much and whilst I would have been happy to pay about £8.00 for this chart (which is what most Ink Circles seem to cost) I think nearly £14.00 - with the postage and packaging is ridiculous. lol if there is anyone out there who only wants to buy Second Chances then maybe we could get together and buy this between us. Oh well sorry for having a moan but I really liked that chart and I was rather disappointed.