Thursday, September 27, 2012


Welcome to my new followers!

I've still been slack on progress the last few weeks.  This genealoy stuff is sucking a lot of my time at the moment and I can't seem to leave it alone.  It's like the HAED addiction when it first started and then the sock addiction.  So the cycle will return to those eventually, I'm guessing.  Maybe when it turns too cold for me to want to leave the house to go do research. 

So, anyway.  I'm hoping to get my halloween socks done in time.  I finished the first last week and have started the second.  What happened to the days when I got a pair done in 2 weeks?  This pair was started a few days before Labor Day.  Oh, that's right...see above. 

For those that were asking, these are in Simply Sock Yarn's new Poste Yarn in Sedona Sunset.  I love them! 

And a little more progress is showing on Nature's Little Helper:

Happy Stitching!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

A Little More Nature

It's a quickie post today just to let you see my progress.  More than just a few stitches this time.  I actually sat and stitched on Nature's Little Helper Tuesday evening and then the majority of the day Wednesday until my poor hands cried Uncle.  I still didn't want to put it down;  I was making such lovely progress.  I now have a third of the next page done.

Nature's Little Helper
HAED/Jim Warren

Hopefully, the trend will continue for awhile...

Happy Stitching,

Saturday, September 8, 2012

A Little Stitching and an Elen FO

Hello and welcome to my new followers!  This might be a drive by posing as the sky is turning ominous looking suddenly.  *edit:  had to turn off the computer before I could finish the post!

I finished my Elen hat on Monday.

I started some Halloween socks:

And an update on Nature's Little Helper:  as of today, a page finish!

Nature's Little Helper
HAED/Jim Warren
7 pages complete

I'm sad to say, there has been no progress on the Mill Hill kit.  It's looking iffy for it to be finished in time to display this fall.  But I am getting in the mood for autumn, my favorite season. 

Happy stitching,