Indoor bowls started on Monday and it involves a fair bit of sitting round which is something I'm not so good at doing, last year I took hexies with me each week but didn't feel like doing that this year.
While looking through my freebies for another chart I came across the one for this and thought I'd take that along instead.
I wish I could tell you more about it but I can't :( it appeared on someones blog around 8 years ago and she didn't know much about it either but had managed to find the chart on line somewhere and gave a link for it.
I printed out the chart and put it in my freebie folder and there it sat until Monday afternoon.
The lighting isn't as good as I'd like in the hall so I decided aida would be easier to see there, had a root in my extra floss box for a colour I liked that had a lot left on the bobbin and off I went.
I did warn you there would probably be very little progress during the last weekend of September and I was right in fact there was so little progress made it wasn't worth doing a post about it but I did take a pic
And here's last weekend's progress.
The aim this weekend is to finish the corner and then I can start making my way up
Finish the Autumn SAL Yes but as yet I've not got round to taking a pic
Start the Spring SAL No
Stitch the next part of Santa's village No
Work on Rainbow threads SAL No
Make at least one flower Yay one I've done :)
Sell some stash I can't remember!
For October I'd like to
Get CdC almost finished
Get the model at least half way
Decide on my stitching for the retreat I'm off on
Make a flower
Sell some stash
I stitched for 81 hours 23 minutes in September not bad for a month that turned out to be very busy for me. I didn't get to do even attempt most of my goals for the month because I have a commission to do but as it's a widely available kit I'll be sharing pics. I had 1 new start and 1 finish in September and I stitched every day