Saturday, 24 January 2009

Queen of the Seas - Update No 9

Hi folks!

Obviously, none of us was holding my needle this week. LOL.

I had a surprise visit from the Cadet Princess (home from university in the north) and I'm back at the books, so haven't had time to stitch at all since last weekend. It had to happen.

These few fish are all that I managed last weekend before I put away my stitching:

Sadly, it will probably be a few weeks until I get back to it with any gusto. I've got exams again in 4 weeks. After that, the Autumn term commences. If I DO update before the 20th February, give me a lecture about procrastination and tell me that my stitching needs frogging (or something just as off-putting). LOL.

Meanwhile, Cheryl and Margaret have both been very productive this last few weeks. Gorgeous finishes of long term works in progress, I'd say.

Whatever you have been up to, I hope it has been a good week.

Happiness & laughter to one and all,



Irishenchantment said...

hi felicity hope you get back into a little routine again soon and we see some more wip but books come first :)

Anonymous said...

LOL :o)

Olenka's Stitches said...

Yep, books first. But I will be missing your updates. Get back as soon as you can.

stitcherw said...

Life and such does have a way of getting in the way of stitching. Hang in there and hopefully time frees up sooner than you expect. Cute fish you added.

Margaret said...

How fun that DD was home for a visit. No wonder you had so little time to stitch.

Now don't work tooooo hard on those studies - 'all work and no play makes Felicity a dull girl'.(LOL) All kidding aside - hope your exams go well. Will be keeping my fingers crossed.

Connie B said...

Good luck with exams, and can't wait to see your finish!!

Stitchingranny said...

Cheryls finish is certainly a stunning one but I do not think I am up to producing anything like that nowdays lol.

QotS is coming along nicely and good luck with the exams.

Sonda in OR said...

Hope your exams go well! As for the stitching, a few fish is better than none, right?