I ended up spending a lot of time read about rug hooking as my library had four books on the subject. And I rotted for several hours on Saturday planting and whacking on Farmville and Mafia Wars. What a huge time suck that is. :-) But if any one needs more mafia or neighbors, let me know and we can become linked on Facebook.
I did finish the stitching on my Baking & Roasting & Frying & Boiling but didn't get near the finishing work. It calls for hem stitching around it and there were no hem stitching instructions in the package. :-( All that money for a pattern and they can't put in a diagram? It's not something that I do very often so I need to be refreshed whenever I do use it. And I didn't feel like going through all my other projects for the directions. Maybe next weekend.
I almost finished my lounge chair but I had to stop and let the glue dry last night. So close!
I almost finished making the quilt blocks for Paintbox Stars but I stopped when I realized that I really wasn't taking much care to line up my corners. A sure sign that I'm getting tired and it's time to stop for the day.
I love this photo. :-) Molly and Clancy keeping each other warm while I quilted. Molly has Clancy almost pushed off the couch. :-)
For the train ride this week I have pulled out my IsaV Marquior from last year. I still have three sections to go. Before I started on a new section however I decided that I would finish the contrast work on the letters that I have already stitched in. I like the color I picked out, BeWooded by Vikki Clayton, it's very subtle which is what I wanted. I only finished half of them on the way to work this morning so I'll do the rest on the way home and get started on new stuff tomorrow.
I also need to start my glove project from Thistle Threads but I'm reluctant to put that first stitch in. It's unlike me not to just jump right in but I don't want to mess anything up and the silks are so pretty. Tricia said there was plenty silk to do some practice stitches so I think that is what I should do.
That's it for now - enjoy your week!