Sunday, 7 February 2016

Lizzie Kate

So this week saw me stithcing on this - the Lizzie Kate Flip-It's from 2004.  This is where it was...


...and this is what happened over the week.


Not a great deal of progress as it has been yet another busy week.

Rachael flew off to Iceland for her long aniticipated Geography field trip yesterday.  She is hopefully having a fab time as we haven't heard from her.  She has probably had a lucky escape as Luke is poorly.  He has antibiotics for a strep throat and eyedrops for conjunctivitis - and don't we know it!!

The random generator has selected #37 for next week's project.  That is Just Good Friends which I suspect hasn't been stitched on in about 18 years and is possibly my longest standing UFO now! Yikes - this should be interesting!

17 comments:

cucki said...

So sweet x

Katie said...

Feb looks fantastic! Good luck with your UFO.

KimM said...

Both are adorable. Don't you just love LK designs??
xxx

Linda said...

Nice progress Sharon. I will be starting those this year. Sounds like Rachel is on quite an adventure.

Linda

Justine said...

Lovely stitching! Looking forward to seeing Just Good Friends - it will be interesting to see how your tastes have changed.
Hope Rachael is having a wonderful time - I've always wanted to visit Iceland and it's the best time of year to see the Aurora too!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Great work. SewandSo have a lot of little L*Ks in their sale at the moment.

Hope Rachael has a wonderful time in Iceland. What an adventure for her.

Heather said...

They both look great I love the colorful kite :). Hope he feels better soon!

Rachel Tomkins said...

A lovely mini finish. You can't really go wrong with the LK monthly series. I shall look forward to seeing your UFO from 18 years ago! Crumbs, that must be one of the oldest UFOs ever! I wonder what memories it will bring back? :)

Brigitte said...

I love monthly series a lot and your February finish looks so pretty. You seem to stitch them all together on a piece of fabric. Looks good.
Good luck with your oldest WIP.

Mii Stitch said...

February looks so cute & sweet!
Good luck with the UFO/WIP :)

Suz said...

Hey, that's GREAT progress!

And I love the idea of using a random number generator. I was struggling with what I wanted to do as far as my rotation - but I think I'll steal that idea! (after my first two projects, which are the *only* two I know I want to get done this year for sure)

Karoline said...

Great progress Sharon, that's a neat method of working on your wips

Astrids dragon said...

I love February! Looking forward to seeing what your oldie looks like.

Faith... said...

Love these charts! You stitched that up quickly.

Faith... said...

Oh Rachel went so far away, hope she is having fun!

gominam said...

The colors look great, so glad you're stitching updates are now regular, love seeing your pretty WIPs:)

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

Very pretty.