Sunday, May 3, 2015

FNWF

My sewing didn't amount to a lot on Friday night, we had to go to the city for a Dr appt in the afternoon and driving home at 5pm thru the city traffic is not my idea of fun!!!  But it was pizza for tea with a G & T so I have no complaints!!!
I did a little more on this stitchery.....

and when I couldn't stitch any more, which isn't long after a G & T I did some knitting!
Thank you Cheryll for being our lovely hostess for the evening, I am off to Cheryll's to see what the other FNWFer's got up to.
Happy sewing.

18 comments:

shez said...

lol you cant stitch and drink,lol,i am the same i dont have a drink at night ,as i wouldnt know what i was doing,lol,love that design you are stitching and your knitting is a lovely colour xx

retdairyqueen said...

Iam working on that same stitchery
Yours is looking good

Ondrea said...

Love your G.P stitchery and really love the colour yarn you are knitting with.Lol, Iam about to pour myself a G&T and update my blog when hubby gets off the computer.

Maria said...

Nice to sit and relaxing after the busy traffic with you stitching,knitting and a drink...

Simone Harding said...

sounds like the perfect friday night

Michelle Ridgway said...

Sounds like you earned your G & T. Love work on both projects x

Helen said...

Hate driving through city traffic. Lovely stitchery and knitting looks great.

KERYN B said...

Beautiful stitchery lot's of work there you deserved the G AND T.

Fiona said...

thats a sweet stitchery... plain knitting sounds good after G&T
Hugz

Diane-crewe said...

every stitch is one less for the overall project so as long as you enjoyed yourself (apart from the drive in city traffic!) then its good xxr

marina said...

your stitching is coming along...
nice to swap over to a woolly project too.

Radka said...

Beautiful stitching :-)
xx

wish2stitch said...

Such a pretty stitchery. Always good to have few projects on the go that require varying degrees of concentration so we don't waste a moment. ;)

Anthea said...

What a cute stitchery design! Lovely work Sue!

Indigo Blue said...

Hi,
What are you knitting?

Christine M said...

Your stitchery is lovely, Sue.

SuperMomNoCape said...

Just popping by from the FNwF sign up post. Your stitchery is so pretty! I love redwork.

I'd love to have you come link up this post to my weekly Stitchery Link Party so that my readers can come see too. http://www.supermomnocape.com/2015/05/04/vintage-embroidery-monday-stitchery-link-party-4/

Raewyn said...

In spite of the traffic and the g&t it looks like you got a good bit done!