Sunday, 30 May 2010

Quaker Christmas - Update No. 5

I've discovered that The MOTH is one of those people who thinks Christmas just 'happens'.

He has been hanging around the house for the last few weeks & quizzed me as to why I was working on something 'Christmassy' at this time of the year. It's all perspective. Methinx that this project is going to be ready for Christmas 2012 at the speed it is shaping up! I should have started it two years ago ... er, in fact I did, didn't I? Sigh!

Happiness & laughter to one and all,

Felicity

12 comments:

Aussie Stitcher said...

Quaker Christmas is looking great, aren't men precious thinking that things just happen.

Vicky said...

Quaker Christmas is lovely. My MOTH thinks the present shopping gets done by the present shopping fairy LOL

Little Cat said...

LOL It really doesn't matter if it's not ready until Christmas 2015 just so long as you enjoy stitching on it :o) It looks fab!

Alberta said...

You mean Christmas DOESN'T just happen???? lol

I love how the red pops! It's looking great.

Margaret said...

Great progress on your Christmas sampler. Don't you just love working on it? I know how I loved each and every stitch - OK maybe not the ones I had to frog :-)

Ingrid said...

Quaker Christmas is stunning! The red color in between is great!

claire93 said...

not sure how much more you have to do before completion, but it's looking GREAT ^^
I'm not looking as far ahead as Christmas lol have got a summer giveaway over on my blog if you're interested
xxx

Carolyn NC said...

Looks wonderful to me - and your progress is good!

shey.. said...

hi felicity.. you left a comment on my blog so i thought i'd check yours out too.. and wow.. your quaker christmas looks beautiful.. .. i'm doing that one too... only i'm doing on a med blue fabric with wdw's moonglow.. so it looks quite different.. like you.. i'm shooting for completion around christmas 2012.. (altho.. since i've been working on my mermaids.. it's taken a back seat so.. might be longer.. lol).. shey..

Meari said...

It looks great, Felicity!

Carol's Stitching said...

Looks wonderful! :) Remember, slow and steady wins the race.....

Suzanne said...

I love your Quaker Christmas, it's looking really great.