Sunday, December 07, 2008

Sheep - Part One

I've had a pretty busy weekend so far. Yesterday I went to visit family to deliver Christmas presents and just generally catch up with what is happening with everyone. Six hours driving in total which has left me feeling pretty tired today.
This morning we went for a walk in the frosty landscape, it's really chilly round here today. I took a few pics with dh's camera so hopefully he will download them for me soon.
On the stitching front it's been a pretty poor week. After the disappointment of knowing that I wouldn't be able to get the quilt done by yesterday I sort of lost all motivation for everything. The only thing I have to show for the last few days is some progress on the sheep. Good job I enjoy french knots!
I think it's looking pretty cute but it's destined to be put away for another week as it's time for the Tigers to get some stitching instead!

6 comments:

StegArt said...

Very cute....the French knot fleece looks great. I've always enjoyed French knots myself.

Vicki W said...

I haven't worked on mine in over a week. I have jsut been overloaded with work stress which I wear in my back and neck and that's impacted any sewing that I want to do. I can't wait until my work project is OVER!

Paula Hewitt said...

oh - cute sheep - love the black faces (we dont get those sheep here - just ones with boring white faces). french knots make the best sheep, dont they?

KimP said...

That's a whole lot of french knots! It would make me crazy. Looks fantastic.

Kucki68 said...

Those sheep are so nice. Keep at them, sheep are after all very christmasy animals.

Vicki said...

Love the sheep. The French knots certainly give a good effect for nice woolly sheep. Hopefully this week will be more productive.