I do have to talk about the guest cats a little. I have been
So onto check-in. The Smalls SAL is hosted by Heather at Stitching Lotus. This SAL is the main reason I have any finishes throughout the year. I tend to be a BAP stitcher so anything that reminds me that small is good too is for me. This month's piece is By the Full Moon from Ink Circles:
It's stitched with DMC on a mystery piece of hand-dyed fabric although I am positive it is from Picture This Plus.
And before I forget again - if you're in the Richmond area and have a few hours the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is hosting The Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China until mid-March. I went a couple weeks ago and am going again next Sunday. I have seen a number of television shows on the topic, but to come around the corner of the main exhibit hall and actually see them stopped me in my tracks. They don't allow flash photography so the photographs aren't particularly good but give you an idea:
and here's a close up of one of the faces:
I may have watched too much Scooby-Doo when I was a kid, but it was not hard to imagine them stepping off their display podiums and walking out the door. And if the warriors aren't your cup of tea the museum has an amazing Faberge (I can't get the ' over the "e") and Russian Decorative Arts collection - including five Imperial Eggs.
Zen is still on the frame and I hope to get some quality time with it this afternoon/evening and tomorrow.