It’s 1 AM so official Sunday September 19 and I’m just taking a break from stitching – I finally finished all the green stitching for the borders on October Sampler. Whew lot of green but I really wanted to get at least that far tonight but I’ll be stitching for a bit longer since I’m wide awake. Plus adding in the flowers and vines in that border goes fairly quickly since it’s not having to count out all those border angles making sure they match up with what was previously stitched. So, I decided to post the Sunday Chart Adoption recipients from last week.
Chart 1 from last week was the Xmas Hare — Cindy F, I will mail off the chart to you if you send me a private email with your mailing address. Congratulations!
CORRECTION 9-19-21 2:45 PM – Cindy F kindly emailed me to let me know she had not put her name in for the Xmas Hare chart and likely wouldn’t stitch it so asked that I pass it on to someone else. Thanks Cindy! Clearly I can’t be trusted to count and look at specific words at 1AM!! So Kathy Harris – you are the lucky person to receive this chart. I will email you privately to let you know since you may have already read this post before it was corrected.
Chart 2 was Do Small Things With Great Love — Liz (frogquilter), email me privately with your address and that cute little chart will be sent off to you. Congratulations to you as well.
Just for anyone who only reads the blog on Sunday – I have previously posted that the Sunday Chart Adoptions are now being discontinued. In their place there will be Flash Chart Adoptions that can be posted any day, any time so just a heads up that there is currently a flash chart adoption running that has not closed yet. Please read the Flash Chart Adoption information at the button at the top of the blog to find out how you can participate in those.
Okay – back to stitching for me after I find a new flosstube to watch since I’m caught up on the ones I usually watch. Can I get all the flowers and vines filled in on the top and side border? Likely not before I decide I must sleep but we shall see.