Next is L&L's Celtic Christmas. I hadn't stitched on this since February of this year and, when the Celtic Lady SAL was re-launched at the beginning of September I thought I ought to get her out again. I admit that I've only stitched on her for a few days, as to start with I was busy finishing off with my exchanges. Hopefully from now on she'll get worked on a bit more.
This is where I'm up to with Derwentwater's Bourton-on-the-Water. I've been stitching the tree which is gradually nearing it's full growth.
Finally, this is the new start that I felt like treating myself to when Keith was away overnight a couple of weeks ago. It's Prairie Schooler's Daffodils. Seems like a good idea to be stitching a Spring design in the Autumn.
I do have some exchange stitching to show you but, as Blogger wouldn't let me upload any more photos, I'll leave that until after my holiday. I'm off on Saturday for a week, staying in the same cottage as before in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales, so I'll see you all when I get back.
Just before I go though, many thanks to you all for reading my blog and for all the lovely comments that you leave. I've seen some new names, welcome to you all, and I do hope you'll come back for another visit.