AND I will be continuing to work on this, as Wind Moon is currently at a friend's house, a talented, talented seamstress, who is making me a carrying case for my huge Quantum frame, so I can transport Wind Moon easily to Stitch-n-Bitch on Sundays. She's making me a case that I can sling over my shoulder. I will, of course,
I haven't been stitching as much as I normally do, as I have discovered the wonderful world of Assassins Creed, and have been traveling through London, circa 1869 and killing blighters. It's seriously digging into my stitching time, but I can't help it. I've never played video games before, other than Mahjong and Tetris. It's pretty fun, but the graphics are fantastic. I often forget to do my mission and I just wander aimlessly through the game looking at the sights, which makes me the worst gamer ever. But the shiny will soon wear off and I will be back to my project soon enough.
I promise the stitching bug will bite again, but updates may be slower than usual.
I may just blaze through these next three pages, so hopefully the next update will be a project finish. That's the plan, anyway.