I've made a little more progress on A&E (pictures are clickable finally):
I've managed to get a little more sewing done on my quilt:
I mentioned being a procrastinator and I must be one in the first order. Digging through things has made me realize how bad I am. Should I make a New Year's Resolution to stop that? Hmmm, I don't know if you can teach an old dog new tricks, but I guess I could try.
I came across some more goodies this week in my quest to get myself organized. Here are a few of them - yes, there are more, but I'm not going to bore you with all of them. Now, how bad is this one?
Meet Me At the Field
Do you not see the date of this thing? It's been done for over 10 years and never framed. I suppose that I should so something about this. The figures aren't A&E, but close enough. Then I found these - how pathetic is this:
Okay, now before you all go thinking that my kids didn't have stockings at Christmas, rest assured they did, just not the ones that I so lovingly made for them. I had a chuckle when I found these because it reminded me of Siobhan's recent trials with her stocking and her comments about stitching with burlap! Man, is that fabric count HUGE!!! Looking at these I'm wondering how I did them too, but that was back in the day before linen became the fabric of choice. I guess that these should become a project when I get back - my kids are 16 and 12 - I really should get them done. I hang my head in shame.
Another further embarrassment. I do birth samplers for my kids. Nick's is done and framed, but Catie's is in this state. I repeat - she is 12 YEARS OLD:
One other piece that would probably look good in my stitching room:
Then I did more digging and came across this quilt that I was making for my sister. I think that when we moved, I tucked it away and it just reared it's head this week:
Well, that's about it for me this week. I need to go get my packing done! Thanks again for all your wonderful comments - I love each and every one of them!! Hope that everyone has a great week and makes a lot of X's.