Life is a Journey--Daydreams
Chinese Culture I--Lanarte
Chinese Culture II--Lanarte
LaTrobe Terrace--Juniper Designs
Jade's rainbow rug hooking pillow
Jade's green summer dress
Japanese fabric necklace
Lighthouse rug hooking
Brown rug hooking
Jade's communion stole
hot pink scarf
New Zealand possum scarf
The Fabric Collector #1 The Fabric Collector #2 Santa Xmas Calendar Golden Gate Bridge
Quilts-- China quilt Northern woods flannel quilt Matchbox flannel quilt Star Wars flannel quilt Bright flannel quilt Cross-stitches-- Cottages at Oak Bluffs I
In just two rotations I've finished half of Latrobe Terrace. I can't believe it. I've never worked so quickly on one of these Juniper Designs street scenes. (And I've already completed five of them.) When I've worked on them in a dedicated way prior to using a rotation system one has taken me about 10 months to finish. Here I am only the equivalent of one month into this one and I'm half done (not counting backstitching). I'm getting sold on the rotation system.
Today is the first day of the Term 3 school holidays which means I'm on an even more irregular schedule than normal with ferrying the kids around. Jarrah has a couple of orthodontist appointments (today is actually his official treatment start date) and baseball training on Wednesdays. Jade has a busy gymnastics training schedule with more mornings than usual. Thank goodness Paul takes her for the 7am starts! I've also got work this Wednesday and my usual Saturday afternoon examinings this Saturday. So who knows what will get done this rotation? One good thing is that this is the final rotation on the Golden Gate Bridge and there's only backstitching to do. I've done a bunch today but there's heaps more with all of the bridge cables. I hope I have enough DMC356 to finish it all!
I'm going to make a list of all of the patterns and kits I have. It's going to be painful doing this because it's only going to highlight the impossibility of getting through it all.
We went to the Melbourne Show (actually the Royal Melbourne Agricultural Show--like a US State Fair) yesterday and I took a few photos of the kids. I thought I'd upload one of them in the animal nursery.