Friday, January 16, 2015

Floss, Fabric and the Flu...

It has been quite the week...

Things started out very well, two of my orders came in and I was able to start a couple projects.
Unfortunately, I ended up with the flu...
...I haven't been feeling very well, but I have been able to stitch a bit.
(At least I should have some stuff for my next WIPocalypse and Turtle Trot updates.)

I was very excited to get my first batch of evenweave...


Of course, I also ordered a couple new patterns (they are part of my turtle trot) and some floss...
...but, I didn't start working on them yet.
Since I'm not feeling well, I didn't think it would be the best time.
I've never worked on evenweave, so I'm sure I'll have some difficulties along the way and I want my head to be completely clear.

I have put some work into my new floss box...


Almost done with the top!
(Now, to get to work on the bottom.)

I also started working on one of my WIPocalypse projects...


I won't ruin the surprise of which project it is...
...but, I am having fun working on it!

Well, I am afraid that my head is still pretty foggy and I could use a good rest.
Hope everybody is having a good Friday!

8 comments:

  1. Hi Carrie. Thank you for becoming a follower of my blog. I am now following yours. Love your new stash. Hope you get to feeling better soon.

    Linda

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  2. I'm at the tail end of that dreaded flu! It was truly awful, so I hope you won't suffer as much and recover quickly :) Love the new stash! Evenweave is amazing to stitch on, I am sure with a bit of practice you will love it too.

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    1. Thanks Angela! I hope you're feeling better, too!
      There have been quite the bugs floating around this year. They're awfully strong and like to stick around too long!

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  3. Looking forward to following your stitch adventures! Hope the flu passes quickly.

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  4. I've never worked on evenweave either. I hope you're feeling better soon, lots of rest and drinks :) look forward to seeing your stitching when you're up to it.

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