Friday, 9 November 2007

Hello from sunny Texas

Well, it sure is warm and humid here in Texas. Glowing is not the word for what has happened to me this past week. We have been busy little bees and the property is looking good. Sherry has been busy with us and we have accomplished a lot.
I have managed some stitching time. My work on Crystal Tree this week has involved pulling out an entire section that was in the wrong place. I need a reminder of why I am doing this piece.
I have made some wonderful progress on Paradigm. I don't like to put it down at the end of the day and have a hard time not picking it up again the next day.
Until next time, take care all.

11 comments:

Teejay said...

What a splendid start you have there on Paradigm. I hope you enjoy your time in Texas with your family.

Little Cat said...

You lucky lady! It's cold, wet and miserable here in the UK.

Your reminder -you're stitching Crystal Tree because it's beautiful and you love it, and it will look fantastic when it's done :o)

Vonna said...

Kathy, I love your progress on PL. The more I look at it the more I want to do it!! So let's hope that I quit thinking about it!

Ranae said...

Very nice progress on PL.
I sent you a e-mail.

Barbara said...

Sorry that Crystal Tree has been a bit of a bugger, but your progress on PL is gorgeous!

Suzanne said...

Paradigm is looking good, I love the colours. It's great to see that every Paradigm start that I have looked at has everyone doing a slightly different interpretation with the colours.

Cheryl said...

Your PL is looking great! Im jealous of your warm weather ;)

Michelle said...

PL is looking fabulous! I was thinking today that it's so weird to be wearing shorts in November!

Beatrice said...

Hey kiddo ...Reminder...You love it right?

tkdchick said...

PL is looking awesome!

Lynn said...

Sorry to hear you're having some problems with Crystal Tree. It's such a lovely project. I hope you can work through things on this one.
Your PL start looks great! I've finally been able to get started on CdC this weekend.