Friday, May 13, 2005

Help Me Fight Breast Cancer & Vote

This will stay at the top until after the walk. Scorll down to see today's post.

Please check out my Personal Site and make a donation. Let’s not let anymore women come down with this disease. I'm right now at $715 so that means I have $1,285.00 left to raise. This is a cause close to me as I've lost my Grandmother to Breast Cancer.

Make Sure to Vote
With our Provincail election just days away don't forget to vote. Hopefully NDP will NOT win, but we all have to do our part, and vote.

Stitching Question of the Week.

"Given the option, would you rather buy a chart and get the material and floss together yourself, or buy a pre-packed kit?"

I readily use both. I don't mind either. I'll buy a kit, and use both the fabric, and the floss. I've since decided that evenweave is my fabric of choice, so from now on I MAY swap aida for evenweave, but I'll always use the floss. I've never had a problem with kit floss. Damp sponge run the floss over it before you stitch & voila it's nice & tame.

Stitching News
Good ness I can't count. Wonder how I can do counted cross stitch....sigh. Three times doing this silly border, and it's still not right, but I'm saying screw it, and I'll fudge

I'm nuts I'm requesting another model from Sally at Stitch'n Inspiration I was asking myself what's the draw? Why stitch something for someone else? I know it's more than the stash. And I decided, it's the thrill of stitching something no one else has stitched, the rush of starting a new project, getting to play with neat fibers, and the pride of seeing my stitching on the front of a chart. Even though I only stitch for a few designers they can still keep me

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