Friday, 30 May 2008

Just a Little Bit


I only got a little bit done on The Quiltmaker this time round. I didnt do too badly yesterday but today I had Ozzie for the day and hes much more fun than stitching so there was only about a dozen stitches went in this morning. Instead I helped to Ice Gingerbread men, and then we went into town to take some books to the charity shop and see what we could find which just happened to be a couple of water pistols for bathtime. This afternoon I got peace while he went out to the greenhouse to plant seeds with Grandpa, and what did I do - fell asleep in the chair lol.

This weekend I am hoping to get the challenge done and also a couple of other small and secret bits. Having said that we are off to York for the day tomorrow - I have heard about The Viking Loom so I plan on a visit there. If you know of any other good places do let me know.

Hope everyone has a happy weekend with lots of stitching time. Thank you once again for all your comments they mean so much to me - bless you all.

xx

12 comments:

Julie said...

I see stitchers write so many times 'a little is better than none' so i'll write it her myself LOL

Enjoy your trip to Viking Loom

Dani said...

Glad to see her again ... a few stitches at a time :)

Daffycat said...

Nice work on your WIP!

I love York and have visited Viking Loom...lol, all the way from Oklahoma! Have a good time!

Chiloe said...

Your piece is just beautiful !!!

You seem to have had a nice and relaxing day ;)

Brigitte said...

The Quiltmaker is such a beautiful design. I have it in my stash, all kitted up for years, but haven't started it yet. Maybe seeing your progress pictures every once in a while will make me start on mine one day.

Great project!

Karen said...

I love the quiltmaker I have this design to do one day lol she looks great

Itching To Stitch said...

Your Quiltmaker is beautiful ;)

Concetta said...

Your Quiltmaker is coming along beautifully. A few stitches is better than nothing :) I always try to get at least a few stitches in every day... maybe not much, but I always feel as though I've accomplished *some*thing stitching wise every day that way. ;)

I hope you had a nice time in York!

Andrea said...

Lovely progress on Quiltmaker. Hope oyu enjoyed your day in York. Were you at the races? It looked a beautiful sunny day.

Dawn said...

This one is beautiful!

Clare - Aimetu said...

Your Quiltmaker is coming along nicely - it's a beautiful design. I stitched it for my mum's 65th, there is a lot of blue ;)

Karan said...

All that blue will be so worth it Helen. :0)