Getting Better, Nothing Like a New Start!

Thank you everyone for your wonderful comments. I'm definitely on the mend and would be farther along if I hadn't managed to tweak my back trying not to fall over DD's booster step this morning :) It's always something isn't it?
I had a good weekend and I did play hockey, although not my usual position so I didn't need to use my shoulder much. Plus I won a raffle prize of maple syrup, so that was pretty nice too! There were 3 different types, and DD and DH did a sample test yesterday as dipping sauce for their chicken nuggets. The flavours were delicate (light), rich (medium) and robust (dark). DD liked the lighter 2 the best. 

Did anyone else check out the Lakeside Needlecraft Free Specialty Stitches SAL? I decided to start on it when I received my rainbow ltd edition threads from Chromatic Alchemy. 

Here's where I'm at after 2 nights of work:

I really like it so far. The blend is coming together well and the stitches are interesting. I had never stitched Amadeus stitch (corners) before and I really like the effect. 

I hope you're all doing well and thank you again! 

Happy Stitching!

Tiffstitch

Comments

  1. The SAL sounds really tempting but I will be good this time :)
    A great start and lovely thread colour.

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  2. Good start to your SAL. We watched a programme about ice hockey this week - I take it you're not one of the enforcers!

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  3. Colorful start on your new project! Good to know you are feeling better and could play.

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  4. Super thread choice for the he's SAL, interesting new stitch. Will look forward to the next instalment of this one.

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  5. This new start looks wonderful - those colours are great and very interesting this stitch I had never heard of before. Great project.

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  6. So sorry you hurt your back! Hope you feel better soon! I'm WAY too chicken to try different stitches, so I'll just have to live vicariously through you!

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  7. Glad your feeling better Tiffany.

    Linda

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  8. Oh I love your thread and all the those beautiful colors. I've done a piece with specialty stitches before and I really enjoyed it. But I don't need another project I don't need another project. I'm trying I'm really trying haha.

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  9. What a fun new project! Love the variegated floss you're using!

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  10. Glad to hear that you are recovering. Love the rainbow thread on the speciality stitches SAL. I am resisting!!

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  11. I'm happy to hear you are starting to feel better - and getting a little stitching in too! I do follow the SAL, but not stitching just yet. You're rainbow thread looks great on it.

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    1. Thank you! I don't think they delete the files at all, so no rush to get them either. :)

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  12. So here is the start of Lakeside, found it! Great choice of floss.

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