So after some really nice progress in January and February, March was kind of a dud. I did very little stitching and I didn’t even get the newsletter out here during the month. The only thing I stitched on was the Rainbow SAL and I didn’t even finish the March medallion, just the outline parts. So disappointed with myself 🙁
A quick look at everything I stitched on in February…
February is stitched in DMC 947. I stitched most of this month’s section in the quiet part of the night after everyone else went to bed and I couldn’t sleep. It made for good company 😉
You’ll find Brandy around the web on these links:
- Instagram – @a_girl_and_her_kindle
- Pinterest – @HandmadeRedhead
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- Litsy – @Handmade_Redhead
Now let’s get into the stitching questions and have some fun getting to know Brandy, her projects, and her crafty stash…
I’m sure there are probably hundreds of stitching and needlework groups on Facebook, and I’m definitely a member of more than just this dozen, but these are just a few of my favorites that I visit every week 🙂
[2/16/2017] a little birdie has made an appearance…. or maybe he’s a dragon, a tiny garden dragon? Hopefully his friends will be joining him soon.
and we have a corner:
A quick look at everything I stitched on in January… The first week and a half I didn’t get any stitching done really, but by the middle of the month I was back to stitching every day again, even if it was in 15 and 20 minute chunks some days. [Read more…]
The War Doctor, without an official number or a fancy catch phrase, making the most difficult decision and fighting The Time War… Portrayed by actor John Hurt in the 50th Anniversary episode, The Day of the Doctor, along side the beloved 10 and 11 of David Tennant and Matt Smith.
It was a quote-filled episode for sure, but this moment sticks with you. Okay, the whole thing sort of sticks with you as a Doctor Who fan, there’s a lot of emotion and powerful storytelling packed into that anniversary special. (random side note for ’80s kids, John Hurt was also The Storyteller)
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