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Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Week 13 Progress Report

I was all ready to share my progress on
TW's Wedding Sampler last night and *pout* I couldn't get into Blogger to post, and just now its been super slow loading up the template.

So without further ado....

As I've mentioned in a previous post I want this piece done before the end of the month so I've started taking it to work and stitching during my lunch hour. Today it received many ooohs and ahhhs from the ladies. I imagine the flowers will be completely done this week and I can start the bottom section.

Over the weekend I was a good girl and ordered my supplies for the next Ornament Round Robin I'm taking part in. Janice of
Traditional Stitches is shipping most of my supplies right away but there's one item that's needed she's got to order but says I should have it in time for May 1st our first mailing date for the RR. I'm also anxious to get my kit for Mini Mystery I by Chatelaine which is on backorder... normally I'd be done stitching a section of these mysteries by now but alas... no kit, no stitching.

Sunday afternoon I finished my two framing jobs that I mentioned and here they are :

Immedately upon delivery on Monday my customer gave me two more which are to be done with the same molding by next week... sure no problem. I was also given several School Letters last week and this morning I was asked if I could frame a portrait. Go figure no one wants anything framed since Christmas and now it pours! Oh well I'm not complaining.

Last night I put together the frame for another piece that I was asked to do back in March. After work I picked up the glass so tonight when I get home from Taekwon-Do I'll just pop everything together and I can deliver the piece in the morning.


WhizGidget said...

Great work Dani! And that bottom section of the sampler? Should only take you a night or two. Took me about that, maybe 3, since it's specialty stitches...

Lee said...

Looks fantastic! Can't wait to see it finished!

Heidi said...

Wow, the stitching and framing look great!