Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Celtic Christmas Update



I did work on my Celtic Christmas on Monday. I don't know what has happened to the SAL, if anyone else is still stitching their ladies, but I'm going to keep on with mine or it won't get done. I really enjoyed my afternoons stitching on her. I think the break that I had after the unnecessary frogging did some good and I started again with renewed enthusiasm.

I'm still waiting anxiously for the arrival of my HoE scissor fob. I've been told that it has been sent but I would have thought that it should have been here by now. Oh well, as it's in the hands of the postal system I shall continue to wait hopefully. I now have the name of my partner for the HoE biscornu exchange and so I'm trying to sort out what I'm going to stitch for that.

Many thanks for your comments about my biscornu and the thread colour. I think that colour has a feel of spring about it, and it was so lovely to stitch with.

12 comments:

Lynn said...

Celtic Christmas is coming along nicely Nicola, well done :)
I'm stitching on Celtic Autumn at the moment.

Karan said...

Nice to see your Lady again - just love the blues. :0)

Leslie aka zoeandcooper said...

She is looking lovely! Great progress.

Julie said...

The colours in this are lovely, very pretty

Hope your goodies arrive soon

stitching aussie style said...

Nicola, She is going to be beautiful! I love blue, it is my favourite colour!

Stitcher said...

Good progress on Celtic christmas

Sally said...

Celtic Christmas is looking lovely Nicola. I love the blues.

Andrea said...

You're making good progress on celtic Christmas.

tkdchick said...

I love the blues she stitched in!

Itching To Stitch said...

Celtic Christmas is just beautiful. I've never seen her done in anything but reds. I love the blue ;)

Deanne J said...

She's beautiful

Hope your exchange arrives soon.

Lady Val said...

Your Celtic Christmas is really looking wonderful! Don't give up on the SAL, I'm having a conflict with Mondays as I'm going to the gym on that day. I may have to "cheat" and stitch on Sundays instead.