Apr 25, 2016

THE MONDAY MORNING VIEW FROM THE HAPPY CHAIR

You would think that these boys worked the night shift the way they conk out in the mornings...

More Royal Gardens.  The lower right stitch is called a Chilly Hollow stitch.  Can I just tell you that it was so much fun to stitch that I felt like I should have had to pay admission?  If you ever get the opportunity to try it, throw your hands in the air and enjoy the ride...I know I did!
I'm still a little twitchy about my colors, but it seems that I'm having so much fun learning new stitches that I'm overlooking any blatant clashes.

Quiet start to the week, but I am determined to accomplish at least one major chore each day.  Today...laundry.  Who knows what the rest of the week will bring, but if I don't launder a few little smoking jackets for You Know Who there's going to be You Know What to pay!

Happy Monday, kids!  We're off like a herd of turtles!

9 comments:

  1. Coni,
    I, for one, just love your color choices. That piece is a stunner. Hope that you and the boys enjoy your collective day!

    -Sherry-
    P.S.- Also love the color on your little tootsies :>) !

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  2. I think your color selections are swell for Royal Gardens. Laundry is going here as well!

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  3. I love,love your colours they work brilliantly!

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  4. Those are some content little dogs. Beautiful colors for Royal Gardens!

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  5. Your choice of colors is wonderful...

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  6. It is hard work being that cute! I bet that is why they sleep so much :)

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  7. I am LOVING your color choices on this piece!!

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  8. I love your colours, purple and green are fabulous together! Love the little snoozy fur babies...I am usually in the same position, just substitute cats for Stewey and Bosco. xxoo

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  9. Those two certainly look like they've worked a hard 8 hour shift somewhere. I think the colors fit perfectly together and I'm loving all of the fancy stitches.

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