DUCJFC 2016 - February 24 - Snow Guide

Thank you for all your comments on yesterday's new start. I had a plan for these last few days, but I keep changing my mind as I look through things. 

I ended up starting a chart that's been sitting in my stash for years. This is what it will look like when complete:
from Lizziekate.com

I used the last bit of 14 count Aida to make this start, although it's only just barely long enough. I might leave the little sled and bottom snowflakes off the design. 

I dug through my stash for a floss toss:


 Here's where I managed to get to tonight:


And this is my Dad, who fell asleep while writing. It's a phenomenon that hits my Grandma as well, so I'm curious if it will affect me in a few years. :)


Thanks for visiting and all your encouragement, less than week to go!

Happy Stitching,

Tiffstitch

Comments

  1. Ah come on Tiffany, you can keep going. Love your new start. I need to pull my chart out and start it.

    Linda

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  2. I've got so used to seeing your daily posts I hadn't twigged how close to the end of the challenge you were! Another lovely start today. Only 5 more to go!! :)

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  3. Ooh I like this one! I hope you get to finish many of your new starts, you chose some really lovely charts.

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  4. That's a great chart and I love the fabric you've chosen! It always feels so good to start something that's been in your stash for so long.

    It probably stinks to fall asleep mid-task, but that is just the cutest photo of your dad!

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  5. I really like today's start, of course, being a LK :) Great choice of fabric again!
    Smiling at your dad's picture! Amazing phenomenon that comes with age :)

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  6. L*K designs are always so lovely, this ones great.
    Super pic of your dad ... bless him!

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  7. Love the fabric your stitching this one on. Too pretty! LOL at your dad.

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  8. My 30-something sister does the exact same thing...falls asleep, pen or mouse in hand, seemingly frozen in time (until the loud snoring starts!).

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  9. Great new start. You'll have to be careful if you fall asleep with a needle in your hand!
    I fell asleep mid-sentence once. I was a passenger in a car and really tired. The driver said I was talking and just slurred to a stop and was sound asleep!

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  10. Another wonderful choice and I really like the fabric you picked.

    Excellent picture of your dad.

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