So, here's my progress on the Stacy Nash Christmas at Hollyberry Farm. Isn't is so pretty? The border is very nice. I am stitching this on 40ct. Light Exemplar. I absolutely love this one. There are 4 pages to the pattern and I have finished page 1 and almost page 2. I just need to finish the top part of a tree on the right. Page 3 is a challenging. There is a huge white house on the bottom left, so that will take some time. But, I am really enjoying this one.
And, I also spent one day stitching on the Lizzie Kate Spring Alphabet. Sharon asked about the fabric. This is stitched on 32 ct. Wandering Ivy from Silkweaver. This piece of fabric has been in my stash for some time and I wanted just the right project for it. I think this one is perfect. The colors are so pretty.
Well, this is the first day of the first "real" week of the new year for me. I'm off to work later this morning to write a few letters of recommendation for graduating students and putting the final touches on the syllabi for my courses. I think this semester will be a bit more relaxing for me. I have 4 classes, but all revolve around anatomy and physiology, so at least there's consistency. Plus, working on the textbook revisions will be along the same thread as well. We don't have any major travel plans either; except for Patrick. He is traveling with a few classmates to the Presidential Inauguration. I am excited for all of them. This will be a trip of a lifetime.
Have a great week and I hope you have plenty of stitching time.