Saturday, May 15, 2010

My Name is Teresa and I am a Stitching Addict


Nancy's Needle
Tulips and Fans Quilt
18 ct mono canvas
Called-for threads

My name is Teresa and I am a stitching addict. Yes, it has been several days since my last blog posting and I have been busily stitching, trying to finish up this project. Lots of yummy Watercolors threads--love them-no laying required! Now this goes into my "to-be-finished" pile. It will be a few weeks until I can get any further with that pile.

Meanwhile, I must turn my attention to my upcoming vacation and pull together some small projects that will fit in my carry-on luggage. First we will be attending my nephew's high school graduation in Raleigh, NC. Then it will be on to do some fun "touristy"sight-seeing like: Mt Vernon, Monticello, and Colonial Williamsburg. Then on to Indiana to put my MIL's house on the market. Yes, a lot to squeeze into just 2 weeks.

Hope your weekend is including lots of stitches!

8 comments:

FayeRaye said...

Oh Teresa!! Enjoy Raleigh~~~ It is 1 hour north of me....Do go by Lazy Daisy and see Sarah and the girls...that is my LNS...Love the Tulips and Fans Quilt...Those canvases amaze me~~ Great job~~ Faye

Deb said...

What a great finish Teresa! You sound like you have your work cut out for you the next couple of weeks. I envy you going to Colonial Williamsburg. I tried to get my family there and they hated it. Obviously, they don't have much culture. Hope you have a great time.

Kelly said...

I like your finish. Nancy's Needle has some great projects. You are just making me want to buy more stash. Enjoy your trip!! Hope you get some time to stitch.

Lesley said...

I want that one for a gift!!!

Donna said...

If you make it as far north as Mt. Vernon, do not forget to go to In Stitches in Alexandria - it's about 3 miles away.

madziula said...

It is wonderful work. Magic colours ... my congratulations

Anonymous said...

It is beautiful! Can't wait to see it in person.

Emma

Rebecca said...

I love your finish! Did you use the threads called for? If not could you share what you used for colors. This one is great!

Rebecca in IA
blake@cfu.net