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Sunday, August 31, 2014

A little stitching on a small and Just Nan.

The summer stitching slump continues.  The college football season started yesterday so perhaps my brain will think, despite temperatures predicted to be in the upper 80s/lower 90s for the week, that summer is over and it is time to think about stitching again.  I am behind on several check-ins which isn't much of a surprise for those of you that have been reading my blog lately - thank you if you still are and welcome if you are new - I do hope that I can get back into a stitching and blogging mode again soon.
 
2014 Smalls SAL  As I did not finish a small, I am not officially posting for the SAL, but if you are interested in participating, Heather at Stitching Lotus is hosting and clicking on the badge there at the beginning of this paragraph should take you to the information page. 

2014 TUSAL  Sharon at It's Daffycat hosts TUSAL.  Collect all those bits and pieces of thread that you would normally throw away in a pretty container and post a photo of it each month.  As the name suggests, it isn't really very useful but it is pretty.

I've combined my Smalls and TUSAL photo this month.  The house needs a front door and some landscaping but I should be able to finish it in September. 


One SAL that I am not late on is the Just Nan SAL 2014.  Zeb at Keep Calm and Cross Stitch is hosting this SAL. As its name implies, pick a Just Nan pattern, stitch and post.  Spring in the Air is my current Just Nan project.  The pansies are stitched over-1 and are worth the extra time they are taking.


Santa's Magic by Mirabilia is on the frame for this week.  This has been a fun stitch so I am hoping that it will be just what I need to get stitching again.  Here's where he is right now:

7 comments:

Pull the other thread said...

Great stitching on your Just Nan pieces and your small. Loving how Santa is coming along, looking forward to seeing how you get on with it on the frame.

Linda said...

Lovely stitching Susan. I love Santa's Magic.

Linda

Von said...

Football season is the consolation for saying goodbye to summer, at least for me. :D I quite OD'd on college football yesterday. Now to work on getting the gardening chores done so I can get out my stitching again, lol!

Mouse said...

lovely stitching .. those pansies are adorable :)
the santa does look fun sooo enjoy getting the needle back into the fabric :) love mouse xxxxx

Leonore Winterer said...

I love all your cute small projects, and Santa as well. I hope your stitchy bug will be back soon, I can't wait to see some more progress on your work ^_^

Robin said...

Hope your summer stitching slump comes to an end quickly! Enjoy the coming week!

Robin in Virginia

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

My stitching never seems to slump! Everything else takes a back seat.

I love your little red house, such a great colour.