July 4th weekend was just too hot
for much else but stitching.
It was too hot (for me at least)
to even cookout.
I finished this month's installment of the
Prairie Schooler alphabet first thing.
Prairie Schooler "A is for Anchor"
stitched on Lakeside Linen w/DMC
This was definitely the easiest block
so far with no big blocks of color.
Not sure why but I really like
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I picked up one of my
Stitchmaynia starts and focused
on finishing it. Saturday I was lucky
to meet up with some stitching
friends, old and new, at the
Stitch & Frame
for some shopping, stitching,
eating and laughter.
With a little help from them, I have
had a good stitching weekend.
This was the first installment of this
year's Dyeing to Stitch
Colonial Gatherings Club kit.
Plum Street Samplers "Pennsylvania Fraktur"
Colonial Gatherings kit
stitched on R&R 36ct Ligonier Latte with
WDW, GAST and Classic Colorworks
Hubby and I vacationed in June in Pittsburgh
and was my first visit to Pennsylvania.
We had a great time, which may be
surprising to some, and Pittsburgh
had some neat things to do and see.
Fittingly, the design is a sweet tribute
to the founding of Pennsylvania
with the state's birth date and state motto.
I will definitely be reminded of my
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Decisions, decisions, decisions....
what to stitch next?
I am itching to start something new
.......so I think I will.
Happy stitching and thanks for visiting!