Posted by: ralphy36 | December 2, 2006

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What a tiring week I have had. This week was my turn to co-lead our offices three day drug and alcohol education class. Many of the students are in trouble because of their use and it makes for three long intense days. I usually come home for a nappy afterwards. I did manage to get some stitching done though:). Early in the week I finished up my two ornament exchanges. I am quite pleased with how they both ended up.

On Wednesday night, I pulled out my supplies for Bordeaux Sampler. Earlier in the year, Carol turned me on to this pattern I believe was an exclusive at the Vikki Clayton silk website. I purchased the pattern, silk and fabbie a long time ago, but waited until I finished Woodland Fairy to start it. I will be stitching this along with Carol and Anne, but they are a good bit ahead of me. It uses Taro Leaf, Malt and Diane’s Roughe VC silks and I am stitching it on 40 Count Vintage Magnolia linen from Lakeside Linen. I really love this color and am now glad that I accidentally ended up with two pieces of it. I am excited to find something pretty to use the other piece for. Maybe my Carriage House Samplings Alphabet. This is my first time stitching on 40 count. It actually isn’t too bad…but I haven’t hit the over one pieces yet:). Here is the minimal progress my sleepy self made on Wednesday. I am not sure why the pic is so blurry. It doesn’t look that way on the camera.

And I also had some great stitching mail this week. In the pic below is an adorable ornie from Cathy(left) and a lovely pinkeep from Renee (right). Both are just stunning and were accompanied by some wonderful extras. Cathy included LHN’s House of a Needleworker chart and Renee gifted me with a piece of her own handdyed fabbie. Thanks ladies…you are both so generous and helped me kick the holiday season off to a great start!

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