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Sunday, 2 March 2008
I don't want to stop!

My section of the Quaker Friendship Round Robin is stitched and I really want to carry on but, I have rolled it into it's mailing tube ready to be sent to Edgar for him to stitch his section. I really enjoyed stitching this and 'stole', with his permission of course, Edgar's idea of stitching the rabbit in a different colour. I was going to change the rabbit for a squirrel but, as he was in another section, and I did not want to make counting difficult for whoever stitches that section, I went ahead with the rabbit. Isn't he cute? 

As I now know who my partner is for the HOE pinkeep exchange, I am trying to decide what pattern to use and, as I won some really nice pins on ebay (which arrived yesterday), I will have a great choice of colours. And, yes, I did decide to keep the one I finished last week and will be posting a photo shortly!

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  • On 2 March 2008 at 12:56, Blogger Redwitch

    Hello, this looks lovely I can understand why it was so hard to stop stitching on it :)

  • On 2 March 2008 at 14:11, Blogger Wendy

    It looks great, Carol! I finally just got my pattern this past week. Now I'm having fun pulling out flosses and fabrics, trying to decide.

  • On 2 March 2008 at 20:25, Blogger Mylene

    It looks lovely, Carol.

  • On 3 March 2008 at 01:44, Blogger Rowyn

    Your QFRR is looking beautiful. I haven't started mine yet.

    Thanks for tagging me, I've put the answers on my blog :-)

  • On 3 March 2008 at 11:23, Blogger Sally

    It looks lovely Carol. Love the fabric and the threads you're using.

  • On 3 March 2008 at 12:35, Blogger Novice Stitcher

    I love that little rabbit - he makes the piece come alive. Thanks for sharing!

  • On 3 March 2008 at 20:06, Blogger tkdchick

    Carol its lovely the fabric/floss are the perfect combination!

  • On 4 March 2008 at 02:34, Blogger Katrina

    It's so pretty! I love the color.

  • On 5 March 2008 at 15:09, Blogger Carol

    Hi Carol :-) Duma Key is very good! It is not a horror novel, but rather one about ESP and special powers... very enjoyable. It starts off slow action-wise, yet SK still helps you to keep very interested! I agree about hardcover books too - DH bought me this as a surprise treat, though. I recommend the book highly. I am at a point now where lots is happening and secrets are unfolding... hard to put down!! He did mention Casey Key once... late in the book, but the bugger did sneak it in ;-) He also made sure to put in a comment about the Red Sox, one his biggest loves :-)