Saturday, March 06, 2010


It's no secret that I'm not keen on over one stitching, old tired eyes at the end of a long day at work do not make it the easiest thing in the world to do. It's the bane of some of my most favorite projects that I would still love to stitch in this lifetime. "Susan's Needle Nook" was a class piece by Susan Greening-Davis from the very last Rockome Show. I found this kit among the stash and decided to start working on it and in the past couple weeks I have made good progress (especially since it has not been the only thing I've been working on). I will be working the over one a bit at a time and I WILL polish it off eventually. Note the cute little nametag that Susan makes for her class participants. She is an amazing personality, so chipper, so positive, always has such wonderful things to share and has such a love of needlework that comes shining thru that you always come away from her classes with such a warm wonderful feeling. I have another class piece of Susan's that I need to look at once this is completed. Wish me luck with this, I might need it.


Blogger Susan said...

Very cute, Adana. I love the little name tag, too!

6:48 AM  

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