Tuesday, May 31, 2011

May-be; How About June?

My goals for May included:
  1. Get back to work on the marquoir--ugh, no. But let's blame the Chadd's Ford Historical Society for booting out the stitchers this month. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
  2. Finish-finish five projects --At right, I made a scissor fob from a freebie I did last year and another from a Fair and Square I received from Maureen in Scotland. I made an ornament from the F&S that Paula D sent. I found some really neat silk ribbon for the finishing, River Silks. Three down, three for next month
  3. Work on City Stitcher, Willow Trees Sampler --I don't think I've shown you this in a while. (See below.) Nearly there!
  4. Work on Lizzie*Kate's Dog Lessons for People --This one is also coming along.
  5.  Choose and begin an anniversary present for the dude.--Chosen and begun though the progress is minimal.


For June

  1. Get back to work on the marquoir
  2. Finish-finish three projects
  3. Finish City Stitcher, Willow Trees Sampler
  4. Finish Lizzie*Kate, Dog Lessons for People
  5. Finish anniversary present

8 comments:

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

You did a great job on the finishing of your projects. The ribbons all look so pretty. The Willow Tree sampler is looking great, too.

Good luck with the June goals.

Jules said...

That's a lotta work you did in May! Great progress and finishes!!!

Mouse said...

ooo I know Maureen ;) and lovely fobs there and I like the willow tree sampler very much :) love mouse xxx

valerie said...

Those fobs look great! Good luck with your June goals.

Coral said...

Those fobs are gorgeous!!

Joy said...

Lovely finishes! City Stitcher designs are so nice. Happy Day, Happy Stitching!

Caroline said...

Beautiful finishing - I could use some lessons in this!

Michelle said...

The ribbon you used is gorgeous! Great finishes. And I'm loving the Willow Tree Sampler. Can't wait to see what you're doing for the anniversary piece.