I hope you have all had a great Christmas - I know I did. We spent Christmas Day at our daughter's and today we spent at our son's house. I have eaten far too much so it's now back to my healthy eating plan as I do not want to put back on the weight I lost! Before we came home this evening we drove around looking at the Christmas lights. The above display is alongside a river and is really pretty. Usually the house on the bottom right hand corner picture has a snow machine going but we must have missed it tonight. Yes, I know some of you have the real stuff but it's ages since it snowed here so we have to rely on a machine.
I have found time to stitch and yesterday I put the final stitch in Hannah Beeby
although that's not quite true as I have now decided to hem stitch it, so you could say there are a few more stitches to go in! I also made a start on my section of Rowyn
and part-stitched on a private exchange. No pictures to show as I want to complete the hem-stitching on Hannah before I show her again although I will take a picture of Rowyn's sampler either tomorrow or Monday. I am planning a new start for the New Year but I am undecided as to start Beatrix Potter Quaker sampler or to start my re-stitch of Merry Cox's Diminutive Sewing set. Both are kitted up so it could be either although I am completely changing the alphabet on the MC project so I will see how this goes. And I really have to decide on something to stitch for my blogoversary draw too so don't forget to check back for the draw posting!
We have visitors coming tomorrow so I don't expect to get any stitching done tomorrow.
Thanks for visiting
Labels: Christmas, Hannah Beeby, Merry Cox