I knew it would be bad to look online, but when the Wasatch newsletter showed up in my inbox, I couldn't resist the temptation to look. And when they said I should preorder, my fingers had a mind of their own. I preordered Needleworker, Nantucket Girl's sampler and something that was on the clearance page. As if THAT wasn't bad enough, I hopped, skipped, and jumped to The Stitching Post today and bought Winter Quakers (with the Valdani threads), and Orchard Valley Quilting Bee along with the threads and fabric for both. Someone save me from myself!! I think I desperately need an intervention. Please don't volunteer...let me wallow in my self
Here is the scene of the crime. *hanging head in shame*
After all that carnage, I have a confession to make. I barely got any stitching done this week...at all. I didn't work on Friendship Blooms, I didn't work on anything on several days. I've been a baaaaad, baaaaaad, blogging needleworker. Here is what I did accomplish...
My progress on the old SAL. I really want to finish this, it feels like I've been stitching in slow motion lately.
My progress on Christmas Quaker Bellpull.
My progress on Sweet Flowers. I'm on the last two sections...I should be done with this by now.
One of the reasons I couldn't stitch last Saturday was because I was attending a wedding. I came home with the centerpiece from one of the tables. It was so pretty, still is as a matter of fact, and smells wonderful!! Since I don't have permission from the Bride and Groom, I won't post any pictures here. She was beautiful though, it was a lot of fun at the reception as well. I'm so glad I'm friends with the Bride's mother!!
Last but not least, let me wish you all a Happy St. Patrick's day! After all, the Irish in me loves to come out and play! I enjoyed one of these cookies today! Wish I had one for all of you! May the luck of the Irish be with you!
And that, as they say, is that! Hope you had a great week, and will have a week full of spring weather coming up! *Hugs*