Move Along (WiPocalypse #8)

Move along, there's nothing (much) to see here.  Stitching went by the wayside this month as during the first half I was preparing to move my son and during the second half I was racing around getting ready to go back to work.  Some of that was fun as it included lunch with friends and a fabric shopping trip in Lancaster County.  And then there was the part that was actual work--interviewing for a new therapist in our department, attending a conference on billing and doing an evaluation.  My district has four days of teacher inservice this week and the kids start on Tuesday.  I'm already bringing work home in an effort to keep up!  Funny thing is, though, that I find I actually stitch more when I'm on a schedule.  Hopefully, I'll have more to show in September, but for now, this is all you get.

Some progress on Quaker Christmas

I picked up Elizabeth Rush again on my birthday.  Those over-one letters have been stitched, frogged and re-stitched because I didn't pay attention to the thread color.  Ditto for the vine band under the letters. 

The basketweave fo the background is completed thank to several long car trips.  This has now become my "strand a day" project until I complete the stitching on the shell.


  1. August has been busy around here as well. Your WIPs look good though. Hope getting back to a normal schedule gets you back to stitching.

  2. Someday I would like to do some stitching like this. Your's is so pretty.

  3. Sounds like your August has been a blur like my August. Lovely progress on the Quaker Christmas - your Sanibel shell is looking so nice. Hope your class is a good one this year
    take care Melody

  4. Your wips are looking lovely. I think the summer has been busy for most of us, I'm looking forward to the schools starting again so I can get some more stitching time.

  5. You will tame that S.I project! I just know it.


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