New Year and a new project
Possibly thanks to my complete lack of grace I had a good start to the year with stitching. The day after my last post I was walking down a flight of stairs, stepped wrong and rolled my ankle to the point that I was really concerned I'd broken bones. Thankfully I had a 4 day weekend for the New Years holiday, so I was able to put my feet up and rest, just turned out to be a very bad sprain, so I dug out Sew Tote-ly, Love-ly and got to work on some hardanger.
I still have more to go for the first pass, I got pretty far, but I just couldn't stand cream on cream anymore, it was time for something new.
I have several other canvas projects I really want to start, so I figured it was time to get Twister out and try to get it finished. I've got 6 more sections complete that I somehow failed to photograph, but they're the the largest so the rest should move along quickly. Even if I don't get it finished I'm trying to get the square complete before I put it down, the border will be a bit monotonous, but that will allow me to move on to the next project, if I can find something to stitch, oh wait. Did I mention I signed up for a class? Berries Sew Sweet by Jackie de Plessis, Shining Needle Society is offering it, and I can't wait.