....to Edmonton, Fort McMurray and....where else? We haven't decided yet. :) The water slides in the mall for the kids, oil sands tour in Fort McMurray for Greg and me and maybe a nice cross stitch store as well? Does anybody know of a good cross stitch store in this area? Please leave a comment if you do. Thanks so much :)
I spent a lot of time studying and whenever I decided I have had enough I picked up the needle :) so this is where I am now ....
...and since I wrote my exam (2 more to go) on Thursday, I decided I deserve a little treat and gathered some threads and linen for a new start:
I am not used to stitching with 2 threads anymore and it is giving me a hard time. I even thought about stitching over one on the 32ct. But I don't think it would be a good idea on black... Does any company produce a good 40ct black linen? Any recommendations? That would make it a lot easier for me.
Please keep your fingers crossed for my exam last week - I still don't have the results back....
I am still alive and kickin' :) I just wish I was more stitching, but I am still with Susan Rambo if I ever get my stitching out. And I love every minute I get to spend with her. As you can see she didn't grow too much though.
I have to change my profile now to 40 something. From 29 - 30 wasn't bad, but now from 39 - 40 wasn't as easy for me. Now that it is over with, it seems as if it wasn't worth all the worries :)
But even though I hardly find stitching time, I couldn't resist buying a belated birthday present for myself when Karen finally put another sale up. I was waiting for that to happen for quite a while and just in case you want to know, I am sure the sale is still one or two more days going on..... :p
Now Ann Dale 1827 from Shakespeare's Peddler in shape of the whole kit including silks and fabric is on its way to Canada and I can't wait for her to show up - it seems true that girls are always late.... LOL