Friday, January 23, 2009

~ Friday This And That ~

It's cold and rainy today......a perfect this and that day. Stitching homework finished......this is going very quickly. I think we'll be finished before Valentines Day. When stitching, do you use a needle threader? I do. This is my favorite style. I have three just in case. You know how it is when you find something you like and then it's discontinued......well, I'm not taking any chances......Started
a Valentine craft project. I love the fabrics with the heart designs I was in a Valentine swap last year and the fabric is from my partner, Elizabeth.
Finished reading Knit Two and really enjoy it, in fact I'd love to see the series continue with a third book. Starting a cozy mystery, Busy Bodies by Joan Hess. I've never read any of her books but she is supposed to be good...have you read any of her books?
Happy weekend, hugs, Linda


18 comments:

Dona said...

Glad you found a fun project. Love rainy days for that reason. I did not cry to hard when the Eagles crash landed. They are famous for that. The Steelers will go all the way!


See Ya Soon

Dona

Back Through Time said...

Hi Linda! I sent you an email about the Valentine.
You always are working on such fun projects, what do people do with no hobbies?? How sad would that be?
The BnN sale just started and I found 2 books for $1.24 each! Go if you get a chance.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend, mine will be mostly work.
Hugs,
Michelle

Sweetie said...

Valentine's Day is always so special. Your Valentine craft project is great. I was just looking at Valentine fabrics this week. They really have a wide assortment. Your needle threaders are very nice.
Hugs,
Sweetie

The Rose Room said...

Your heart is looking good, love the fabrics, haven't read the book. Could do with a needle threader, my eyes are shot! Off now to catch up on the other 6 of your posts I haven't read!!! Sound familiar??? Rachaelxo

Andi said...

It will be fun to see your Valentine craft project Linda. The fabric is wonderful. A Valentine swap sounds like fun but I haven't discovered one thus far this year.

Your stitching homework looks lovely.

Happy Saturday! Hugs, Andi

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

HI Linda
Oh you are like me ---I am so enjoying the quiet time today playing on the blog network(:) and sucking on my heart shaped Hershey Valentines chocolates ...They are delish especially with the hot coffee-full of Swiss Miss chocolate.. LOL
Thanks on my red ribbon..I agree it adds a little punch (:)
hugs, Patty

She'sSewPretty said...

Linda, Did you make the holder for your needle threader. I think I might not lose mine so much if it had a pretty holder like that. I have to admit I started the Friday Night Knitting Club and never finished it. I think I'll check it out at the library again.
I hope you're having a great weekend!

Love Bears All Things said...

Yes, I use a needle threader. I've never seen one like yours but it looks like it would last a long time. Can you tell me where to buy one?
I've not read a book by either author. Book club chose some doosies this year. I bought the one for February, Loving Frank about an affair some woman had with Frank Lloyd Wright. Slow going. The next two I just couldn't buy after reading a little about them. I'm also reading Chronicles of Narnia starting with the first book. One of our selections(for May I think) was a Spencer mystery. I've not read any of his in a decade or more so I went back to where I left off and purchased the next one.
Mama Bear

Nancy said...

I haven't read that author. Your heart is coming along and that is great fabric you have. What will it become?????
Nancy

Jackie said...

That looks like a very fun project to lose yourself in. I hope you have a great time doing your stitching.

God bless.

Vintage Tea said...

Rainy days are great when all you have to do is sit at home and work on fun things

Victoria xx

Michelle said...

Great job on your stitching.. those are the best needle threaders..

I'm reading a Dean Koontz book - scary and good!

Michelle

Anonymous said...

A quaker Christmas looks so difficult, I do wish you luck with it. I love the one that you finished...I may buy that pattern. It looks so homey...you did a nice job. I am working on punch needle...love it too. Dianntha

Joy said...

I haven't read any of her books but have heard of her. Good luck with your progect. I bet it will look great!

TattingChic said...

Can't wait to see your Valentine's project! YOur stitching is lovely! That beaded fob is lovely, too!

Kathleen from Eggs In My Pocket and Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Hi, I have needle threaders but have not used them yet. I have not read any of the books but am interested and need to try them. Have a good week, blessings,Kathleen

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Hi Linda,
I haven't used a needle threader...I found one in the bottom of a sewing box that I bought at an estate sale awhile ago.
Can't wait to see the finished Valentine project. Pretty colors:)
Warmly,
Deb

kbbryant said...

Rainy days are such perfect nesting days. It sounds like you found some great nesting activities.

Kathy b