March Stitch from Stash Report

I knew this month would be a big spending month.   Once a year I go to Logan, UT to teach Hunter’s Education classes for a USU professor who my daughter had 5 years ago.  We’ve been helping teach his classes every year since then.  In Logan is the retail home of Embroidery.com which is a huge seller of Nora Corbett/Mirabilia designs.  They were having a 20% off sale.  I got things off my wish list – Pixies – Holly, Lilac, Wisteria and Lily of the Valley as well as some of the supplies for those patterns and the threads I was missing for Christmas Elf.

So my report for the month –

Spent – $61.64

Earned – $0

But I have been stitching.  I finished up the rotation slot on Autumn Queen and I’m working on the plum block for Fruit Bellpull.  I also put a few stitches in on my travel piece, The Raven.  Hopefully things will get easier to stitch when I pick up my new glasses.  Yes, my prescription has changed again.  The joys of growing older.  I’ll add pictures later.

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What’s up next for the year of TW Stitching?

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Fruit  Bellpull  by Theresa Wentzler started in 1997. Originally a gift for someone I no longer know how to contact.

Stitch from Stash February check in.

So business first
Total spent: 16.99
Total earned: 2.00
Total for month: 14.99

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I finished my band for Wendy’s  TWRR.  I also finished a baby quilt but forgot to take a picture of it. I know this band doesn’t  seem like a lot of work but it was a good start to kick off a year of stitching Teresa Wentzler projects.  Up next is Fruit Bellpull.  I’m working on the plums and then I have the pears and the cherries to finish.  If I put up the video games, I’ll have more stitching time.  In the long run, my kids will remember the things I made and not my high scores.