I could get to like this no work plan! Don't tell the World Traveller but I have stitched the entire day! I did empty the dishwasher and put on a load of laundry but apart from that it was me, thread and a bunch of cross stitches! Last week, I happened to see an audio tape in the library, Lady Susan by Jane Austen. It was written quite a few years before her more famous novels and not published until after her death. Written in the form of letters and with a cast of seven I found it delightful. Quite a few of my online buddies listen to audio books while stitching and I've long wanted to join them, but unfortunately, until now a single voice has just lulled me to sleep! Maybe that's the trick, several voices to keep me awake! I was determined first get to the end of the tape without dropping off and secondly, finish my February exchange biscornu. I managed to do both, I'll post a photograph of the biscornu when my partner receives it.
I put a picture of Mary on the SAL blog so thought I'd show her here too. I haven't worked on her much in the last couple of weeks as she stayed home while I was in DC. I must get back to my two needlefuls a day.
The other challenge I have set myself is to finish Alla Turca by Pelin Tezer, I only have two or three motifs to stitch so I would like to get it completed by the end of the month which is flying towards us rapidly!
Off to make the bed, fold the laundry and think about dinner!