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27 April 2014

Stitch From Stash April Report





It is time for the April report, since it is due on the 28th and I waited last minute again.  I went over my budget this month.  I spent $31.95, however $6.95 comes from my carry over budget. I did not break the bank but I know I could do better.  I got a pattern from Stoney Creek, a series I am collecting, and a piece fabric from Silkweavers.  I won an auction from Hand Dyed Fabrics by Stephanie. That one caught me by surprise, because I usually do not win, lol!

I do have a couple more birthday presents to show. 

 Heidi send me Mill Hill Midnight Pumpkin and a piece of white lugana fabric.  Thank you Heidi!
 Glenna send me a birthday card and 2 skeins Weeks Dye Works in Sweet Potato and Ocean.  She send the card and skeins from the goodness of her heart.  Thank you Glenna!

Now on to the Stitchy news. First is Sunflower Sampler in its frame.  I love how it turned out.  

I do have a finish, Little Miss Sunflower.  I love this one too.  I am looking for a sunflower fabric so I can hang it up in my bedroom.  I am having troubles finding some.

Little Miss Sunflower
by Diane Williams
32 count linen Solo by Silkweavers
recommended threads

I did not stitch on my April Calender girl yet.  The package came in with my birthday packages, and I didn't notice it had arrived until a couple days before my birthday.  I even send a note to my shop owner and to my embarrassment, I had it all this time.  I had started on CCN Snowmen Trio.  I want to get it done this weekend, but I think I had twisted my knee. It has been sore all weekend and walking on it has been torture at times.  I don't think the doctor be able do anything except tell me to stay off my leg.  I decided to update my blog and finish the snowmen tomorrow, then to April girl.



Now a throwback picture.  While I was at my aunt's for Easter, she had a new family picture.  She had found a trio frame, and put my sisters and my high school Senior pictures in the frame.  It came out gorgeous!  

That is all for now.  Have a good week!

Hugs,
Vicky

15 comments:

Marilyn said...

Great gifts and projects.
The pic is a great memory.
Marilyn

Shebafudge said...

Lovely photo of you and your sisters. Pretty stitching too. :)

Jennifer M said...

Vicky I think you've done fairly well with your SFS. More nice birthday pressies and your stitching looks fabulous!

Donna Pheneger said...

Enjoyed your blog - your work is lovely. I'm also enjoying STS. I've been doing pretty well with it so far.

Faith... said...

Love both of your Sunflower pieces and the Snowmen are looking good too. Hope your knee starts feeling better today.

Berly said...

The stitching looks great, Vicky!! I love that snowman piece!

Meari said...

Congrats on your finish. The framed piece turned out really nice. Hope your knee feels better soon.

Anonymous said...

Your framed piece looks beautiful!!! If you can't find some Sunflower fabric I may have some in my fabric stash. Let me know & I will check & take a pic so you can see what I have. Those graduation pics are beautiful. Love memories like that.
Betty in AZ (ILCS)

Sharon said...

Happy Belated Birthday! I hope your knee feels better soon! Your projects ( both started and finished!) are so sweet. Glad you got some fun stash for your birthday. What a lovely way to display pictures...you and your sisters must be very special and very loved. :)

Linda said...

More lovely gifts Vicky and cute finish.

Linda

Dani - tkdchick said...

Lovely birthday stash! That's the best kind!

Your framed sunflowers looks great and so does your newest finish!

Carol said...

I do love your sunflower stitching, Vicky! They are such happy flowers :)

Jennifer M. said...

Love the Sunflower finishes. That is my favorite flower. I really need to get that LHN pattern. I love the snowmen trio one also. They are another favorite of mine. I hope you had a wonderful birthday and that your knee is nothing too serious. Thanks for visiting my blog. :)

Lyn said...

I love the trio frame of you and your sisters! I have two sisters as well. I am child number two.

Your stitching looks great!

Brigitte said...

You were doing great on the SFS challenge. Enjoy your birthday stash.
I love your sunflower pieces, I will start the Sunflower Girl very soon myself, it's such a lovely design.