Monthly Archives: June 2014

TUSAL – June Check-In

Late, late, late. Just like always. The little man finished up school on Friday, and I feel like everything has been a whirlwind since then. If things keep going at this pace, summer will be over before you know it! … Continue reading

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Smalls SAL – June Check-In

It is the last Wednesday of the month, which means it is check-in time for the Smalls SAL! I stitched another Teresa Wentzler design this month: Child’s Heart from the June 1990 issue of Just Cross Stitch magazine. The colours … Continue reading

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Stitch from Stash – June Check-In

It is Stitch from Stash check in time again! This month we had a special bonus of an additional $50 beyond the monthly allowance of $25. But, after having items sitting in various online shopping carts for the entire month, … Continue reading

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Needlework News

It is time for another round-up of needlework news. Stitching time – Eastern Daily Press has a short piece about Fine Cell, a company that works with British inmates to produce needlework for sale. Four hundred and fifty inmates take … Continue reading

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May Fairy

We still have our condo up for sale, which means that I can’t really get started on my packing. (There is no place to pile boxes except in the living room/dining room, and that is a bad idea when you … Continue reading

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From Bonnie

A little while ago, I won a giveaway from Bonnie at Bonnie’s World. And, it arrived earlier this week. Yay!!! Bonnie sent me an absolutely wonderful package: beads, needles, fabric, a pouch (exactly what I needed), hand cream (I love … Continue reading

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Knit in Public

Today marks the start of World Wide Knit in Public Week. According to their website, World Wide Knit in Public Day began in 2005, by Danielle Landes, as a way to for knitters to come together. Since then, it has … Continue reading

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