No not me! I've had some stitching time so I'm not blue! But look at this ↓
|Cinderella - Joan Elliott|
All I have done in the last 3 days is stitch one of three shades of blue. It's not even made for half the skirt being done...arrrggggghhhh.
I also decided to pull out Maggie the Messmaker who hasn't seen the light in years. After about 10 minutes I remembered why - don't like the fabric and don't like the Dimensions threads either. I think this may have to become a 2 strands a day project if it is ever going to be finished!
|Maggie the Messmaker - Dimensions|
I also stitched the snow on Santa's House too. Well technically I stitched, unstitched, re-stitched, re-unstitched and finally re-re-stitched the snow on Santa's House. I cannot believe what a hash of it I made. So if anyone wants a frog, you can have mine with pleasure.
|Santa's House - CCN|
The weird cat - aka Smudge - makes a reappearance. Seriously, this is the position he was in yesterday. No duct tape or superglue was used. His rear end was right up the back of the sofa. He is such a strange one!!
Colin took Rachael and Luke to Bradford a couple of weeks ago. The went to the National Media Museum which we hadn't heard of before but he found it on Trip Advisor. It spans 8 floors and they had a brilliant time. There was a dalek - luckily no one got EX-TER-MIN-ATE'd.
There was one of the sets for The Wombles. (I loved this programme as a child!)
A set from Wallace and Grommit.
An Andy Pandy set - who remembers Andy Pandy?
And they both got to read the news in the 'studio' with the autocue. If you fancy going it is well worth a full day there. Admission is free but you do have to pay for some of the films they show if you want to see them. There is enough for a full day without the films though!