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ISHW the third

Once again, ISHW has been sprung upon us. This time, it corresponds with the clocks going forwards into BST for British stitchers, which means either an hour less stitching or an hour less sleeping (which might lead to visits from the frog…)

I’ve been busy knitting recently (more on that later), so there hasn’t been much progress on any of my cross stitch pieces. My main piece, the butterfly, looks like this

butterfly6I’m hoping that a weekend spent stitching (and watching The Mentalist, which might involve frog visits…) will re-awaken my desire to see it finished already!

And if I get bored of the butterfly, there are still lots of cards to stitch, including a Graduation card for my sister, who is graduating this year 🙂

so what will you all be stitching on this weekend?


Comments on: "ISHW the third" (4)

  1. You look so close to a finish on that beautiful butterfly. I’m hoping to finish my Bows sampler this weekend, if the cat will let me do the beading 😉

  2. You could finish that butterfly soon, couldn’t you? I’ve never done cross stitch so I don’t know–but it looks really close to being done!

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