This is Copper and Turquoise by Needle Delights Originals and I'm sitting here like a little kid on Christmas Eve wanting to tear into it. I've been petting the threads for an hour now and just can't get over the fact that this combination has grabbed my attention so. I think that all of the coloring I've been doing has really expanded my horizons.
Last Saturday I went on a little stitchy shopping trip and my travel companions are still talking to me! It was hard to NOT be me for the day, but I did my very best and managed not to end up on the side of the road thumbing it for a ride home. We went to Designer's Desk in Geneva, Illinois. If you've never been....well, all I can say is....put it on your list.
We went to Greek Islands for lunch, and I'm mortified to tell you that I had not one clue as to what we were eating. Thank God for Miss Jane and her extensive knowledge of the menu, and for her tact in not pointing out that I'm Greek for crying out loud...how could I not know what a dolmides is? All I do know is that it was a real treat! Thank you again, Miss Jane!
Tomorrow I will have to sneak out of the house early to spend the day with Miss Charlene and my Hoosier Heartland guild friends. If Stewey finds out where I'm headed, he'll throw a tizzy of epic proportions and I will never hear the end of it. Miss Charlene is one of very few humans that Stewey loves in real life...he's devoted, of course, to all of you (his faithful and devoted readers), but the mailman or the neighbors or the nice lady at PetSmart that always insists on giving him a cookie and patting him on the head? Not so much.
Here's hoping your needles are flying!