Monday, September 29, 2008

Got a round tuit!

The girls over at thisthursday have very kindly provided us all with a round 'tuit'....'So we want you to think about all those craft projects that you have been meaning to get a round to, choose one and do it.'

I am embarrassed to say that I started this cross stitch at the beginning of April whilst waiting in Gibraltar airport to come home to the UK. I completed the heart and then put it away for it to stay in a box until two days ago! Poor little cat! LOL! (Also need to mention that hubby is not happy with more cross stitch as its all over our house!)

Not quite sure where the days are going right now. Have spoken to several of my SBS sisters and it seems that everyone is struggling to keep up with 'blurfing' and life in general. Arhhhhhh.....just drink more wine!

Hugs,
Em.x

13 comments:

LINANNA DESIGNS said...

Well done on completing this adorable cross stitch project. I must have some unfinished cross stitch tucked away somewhere, but wouldn't know where to start looking for it! I don't think it matters how often you blog, its always nice to catch up with you whenever! Hope you are okay Emma. Hugs Linda x

Macpurp said...

awww this is sweet.....
how you doing???

xox

Jane said...

Hi Sweetie, love that cross stitch, something I am not into doing myself as it involves a needle and thread :¬ *nuff said*
I am so pleased to know that your a little more like yourself again my friend!
Jx

Beth said...

Awww, this is gorgeous! I do cross stitch but don't see much of it from card makers! My boyfriend is the same, there's little piles of cut off threads everywhere, then he sits down and they stick to his sleeves or something! Lol!

SammieJay said...

That sweet little cat doesn't look too much worse the wear considering all the bad treatment LOL
Tanks for reminding me about this challenge. There is something I have been meaning to try for ages, who knows.... maybe later this evening....... before hubby gets in LOL!!!
Love,
SJ xxx

Rica said...

Firstly congratulations on your 'haul' of Christmas cards - it must have taken some effort on your part. Glad to have been a part of it - albeit a little part.
Secondly - congratulations on finishing your cross stitch project. I don't think I'll ever finish all thethings I've started.
Hugs Heather xxx

rattytatty@fsmail.net said...

Glad we inspired you to finish his cute little pussy cat. Adorable. Thanks for joining in this thursday challenge

NGCARDS said...

Wine is always the answer! lol
Very pretty is this image, looks great as a cross stitch its really cute!
Its my 18th birthday on Monday, this year has gone so fast!! xxx

Susie Little said...

Nice to have you back, great "Tuit" xx

Jessica Smith said...

The cat is so cute. I like to cross stitch but I start projects and never finish I think I have 3 that I started anywhere from 5 to 15 years ago and never finished them maybe I should at least get one finished.

Donna said...

Don't worry emma, i won't phone the rspca on ya lol. I'm going to admit something to you now, i have a cross stitch height chart that i started.........(cringe) 14 years ago ..... when i was pregnant with my daughter rebecca, how awful is that? I am now using the threads for putting the buttons on my cards lol. Anyway, it doesn't look like your kitty has suffered, its lovely. Donna x

Chrissy said...

Thats is a gorgeous cross stitch, I think I have about 3 in various stages that have been sitting around for years, I think I just need to concede that cross stich is beyond me...lol

Vix Kennedy said...

You're ok hun, I started a birth sampler for my daughter that still needs finishing, she's 16 in january lol! And I started one for my son, its a tatty teddy one and I HATE the backstitch so thats yet to be finished too, well he'[s only 19 months so not as bad!