Sunday, 19 June 2016

It's not that ....

.... I don't Frolic every Friday,  I DO, it is just that I don't always get around to posting about it!

So, here I am again, THREE Friday Frolic updates behind again.  So, let's see if I can rectify that right now!

Friday 3rd June:

Trying to cast my mind back that far is hard - lol!  But looking back at my pics, I worked on my Snowy Russian Village, which I finished a day or two later.

This is a Ricoh Christmas Design and while you cannot see it in this image, the snow and roof tops sparkle with gold.

Further details can be found in this post, here.

Friday, 10th June:

Surprise, surprise, I started on a new SAL!  This is the gorgeous design for the Queen's 90th birthday gifted to the All Our Yesterday's FB group by the gorgeous Faye Whittaker herself.

This is my first progress pic during Friday evening.

... and then I kept working on it some more over the long weekend (Queen's Birthday - most apt!)

... and then a bit more during the week....

.... and then all of a sudden Friday rolled around again and by the next Friday I had abandoned the Queen for some Galahs!

Friday, 17th June:

This design is a gift from the lovely Jo, from Serendipitous Stitching,  sent to cheer me up as I happened to mention on a recent blog post that my daughter is moving to London soon for an indeterminate length of time.  It is a gorgeous design of Galahs, called aptly "What a Galah"

I am so enjoying stitching on this piece - thank you so much, dear Jo.

Also for FF, I finished knitting my Baby blanket and made three soft ornies


So, it was a very productive FF for me this week.  You can read more about these projects here.

Okay, enough from me for now - off to stitch with my friends, the Galahs,

hugs, Kaye


Khristine Doiron said...

Lovely stitching Kaye! And those little ornies are so sweet!

Brigitte said...

The same, here, Kaye. Once I realize that it's Friday, it's over again. So why not combine three Fridays in one post? Great idea.
Great projects you were working on. The one for the Queen's birthday already looks gorgeous and I'm looking forward to seeing more of it.

Rachel said...

So much stitching! Looks fabulous :)

I hope your daughter likes London. I lived in England for a year while completing my Masters. It was wonderful :)

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

I cheat, I do my posts when I think of them so it looks like I remember every week!
It's so funny all the adverts in my newsfeed are now for Australian themed stitching and gifts!