May 1, 2015

BACK IN THE SADDLE, AGAIN

It's 8:00 on a Friday night.  I'm in my jammies, the diet Coke is bubbling away in my sippy cup, and the needle is about to start flying!

WOOOOOO HOOOOOO!



By the way....crazy loved this book.  Just can't figure out why, since it is well beyond my coolness level.

26 comments:

  1. That's going to be totally spectacular. I'm glad you are back in your saddle-shaped stitchy chair. I'm not sure you realize what an inspiration you are to us. I'm very proud of you for talking about your creative "slump". We all have them so knowing you have them too makes us all feel quite normal. Thank you for all you do. Please give Master Stewey a pat for me.

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  2. Sounds like a great evening! At some point, you need post updated photos of your fabulous white wall of nothingness. I always find that wall inspiring, as well as your seasonal decor.

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  3. Glad you're getting back into your stitchy groove. And cute little Stewey is there to lend a helping paw.

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  5. It's great to have you back!

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  6. How lovely to have you back stitching! Stewie is looking gorgeous.

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  7. All is well with the world.

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  8. So glad to see you back! Why book?

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  9. Wow! and what a beautiful project it is too. Stewey looks like he is on Creative Stitching Watch. One lapse with the needle and you may just get a curled lip snarl from the ol boy! Happy for you and your sidekick, Coni

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  10. I see your "supervisor" is hard at work.

    Your project is going to be gorgeous!

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  11. I wanted to add that I love your area rug. It's gorgeous! Where did you buy it?

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    1. It's a Target special!

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    2. Wow, I feel like I need to do a Target run tomorrow!

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  12. When will the hyena skin rug be back from the finisher? I assume you will want a trophy of your conquest!!

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    1. Nope....I slammed that door pretty hard! Besides, I don't want any trace or memory of that nastiness anywhere near my life again. This is definitely a hyena-free zone!

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    2. I understand! But the thought of dear Stewy having his very own pee rug is amusing.

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  13. Glad to see you stitching again :) now send me some of that mojo!

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  14. Those thread colors look gorgeous! And thanks for the bood suggestion ~ I am now 2nd in line at the library for the next copy!

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  15. ohhhh this is delightful, makes my heart sing

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  16. ooooooh that is pretty!! Glad to hear there is a needle in your hand again :) xx

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  17. Welcome back to the stitching world! And that will be one gorgeous piece when it's done. :)

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  18. Hooray! Enjoy the stitching!!

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  19. Love your stitching but also glad you loved The Night Circus for One Book, One Michiana. One of my favorites as well.

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  20. I enjoyed the Night Circus as well, my writing teacher turned the class onto it and what a delightfully different read. It was so different and intriguing. I am also glad to hear that our favorite Spinster Stitcher and her little Stewey are happily enjoying life and stitching again! I love the colors of the piece you are working on, so very vibrant.

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  21. I think one reason the book was so intriguing is that you aren't sure where the story is going and it is subtle and enticing at the same time. I'm delighted the hyena is gone and sent back from whence it came. Good riddance!

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