You really thought you will be old enough to retire when I would have finished my Lanarte but I have proved you wrong !!! Oh, let's all go get our glitter ball first (every stitcher MUST have a working glitter ball in her closet! ) and tadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:
(Yes, it's clickable for your enjoyment ) You know what I can't believe? I started it on march 28 th Jeez, I've been dealing with that one for 4 loooooooooooon months ... Well, I did take a summer break (stitching my Santa Noel and my april's shower) which helped save my sanity and sense of humor Now, the exciting news: I feel free to start a new and larger project (this is me in looking at my stash - ok I'm drooling too but I need to keep giving my reader the impression that I am a respectable wife and mother. : that's not the way to see me, right? ). I chased my forgotten stitches and I even found a large part still unstitched . I think I didn't forget too many stitches ... Anyway, if it looks finished for you, I'll go ahead and won't interfere with you ! I really want to thank you for your support because there were really some moments where I just wanted to give up on that one .... Thank you all !
I couldn't believe it was really finished and that I could stitch guilt free on my little birdie !!! I did make nice progress on the birdie though:
Now the progress will be slower because the frame around the bird requires to change my threads every 4 or 5 stitches. It's a really cute birdie. I really hesitated before choosing the fabric as I had never stitched on some so dramatic fabric before but I don't regret it at all.
Today while I was away at my friend's house, Chuy decided to do some cleaning up. Translated from men's language, it means : making piles and making it impossible for your wife to find HER stuffs ... He was very nice to buy bread this morning but he lost my good bread knife (but I am a woman that means I am smart and have a second bread knife to save my day )