at the end of the tunnel! Boy has it been a long and tiring semester. But it's almost over (if you count 980 exam scripts to assess as almost over) an then I will have some head space.
In the meantime, I have been going very slowly, with a slight meandering into the knitting territory as it has been quite cold here.
Thanks to all those who gave me words of support for my Sue Spargo piece. I haven't been able to answer your emails, but I have read and taken them on board so much that I have not pulled it out and statred again.
So - this week the next installment of the BOM arrived
isn't it gorgeous? I'm really starting to chomp at the bit on this one. It is quite fun. I've done a little more on Block one. Not much, but the embroidery is FUN.
And I have been working on my lollipop trees. Block 3 finished
and Block 4 ready to go
I love the colours in this one. I do have a passion for red!
That's it for now. Hope to be around a bit more over the coming months. Tonight my goal is to finish Sallie Ann block 5. Wish me luck - and happy stitching to you all.
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