MY SOUL IS FED BY NEEDLE AND THREAD
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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Catching Up

I hope you are all enjoying your Sunday. I was very fortunate this morning as Mr R. made us pancakes for brekkie...and from scratch I might add.
Very yummy with lovely fresh honey.
Now there is nothing that gets me moving quicker to get something finished than when I am hankering to stitch a new design to see how it looks. So I set out to catch up on some projects lagging behind.
And when you are on a roll keep going...
One little block made...
And then one little row. I was very pleased with my progress and it has spurred me on to finish the others.
Two more rows to go and then the light box will be out and some new tracings can begin :)
On a completely different tack, if you are a fellow yogini or if you just love to practice meditation this CD is just beautiful. My lovely friend Helen shared it with us during a recent yoga class and I just had to have it for my own collection.
The cover is supposed to look like that by the way. It isn't your eyesight. The beautiful music of Robert Gass on this CD called Enchanted. It is enchanting and the one behind is Sacred Earth's Bhakti....Love this CD too. Mr R kindly put them on to my MP3 player for me today with much grumbling about the type of music it was...I think he thinks this meditation and Yoga caper might be catching lol. But I am grateful as I can take them with me now wherever I go...ahh bliss! Beautiful music is definitely an important part of my antedote to the sometimes craziness of this old world.
Take care,
Blessings Michelle xxx

20 comments:

  1. Very creative and harmonious at your place today! Yummy pancakes.

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  2. clever Mr R,breakfast looks so yummy,beautiful stitchery's Michelle and i must check these CD's out,thankyou.xx

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  3. Yummy pancakes! Love how you have pieced your stitcheries, they are looking lovely. xx

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  4. yummy love pancakes ....so spoilt...the stitcheries look fab

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  5. I have been working on my stitcheries too Michelle. Have just started my little angel. Hugs....

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  6. Your blocks look gorgeous Michelle

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  7. Oh I love pancakes and honey... and your stitcheries look lovely all together... I was wondering what happens to them...
    I will look up that music.... I am enjoying Hucknall?
    Hugz

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  8. Spoilt girl...love those pancakes! The stitchery looks lovely, I could do with another Christmas project.

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  9. Oh I so agree Michelle.....escaping from the rat trap whenever we can is an important therapy and what better way than music, yoga and stitching (only wished my body moved the way I thought it should!!!) What a hunny your hubby is....!!!
    have a great week Michelle
    xox sugary hugs
    wendy :O)

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  10. Ah I see now why you married him - he cooks and does techno stuff.

    Love the stitcheries. You were pretty busy ! Sometimes all it takes is to start doing a little bit to a languishing project and enthusiasm returns. Here's hoping that works for me too!

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  11. Beautiful row of stitcheries. Hugs,xx

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  12. mmmmm! Those pancakes look yummy! This project is looking lovely Michelle. Can't wait to see it all.

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  13. What a great roll to be on! The blocks are looking so good - you were obviously well fuelled for a day's work! Your button necklaces are cool too - I've often wondered how fiddly they are to make?

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  14. Love those stitcheries, Michelle! I notice that they are 2013 designs, so will you be selling them through your site later on? Also I was wondering about a lovely Joy 'banner' that I saw on your blog last year...is that design for sale ? It was stitched in felt...really beautiful!

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  15. PS....those pancakes certainly looked yummy! Lol

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  16. Love all the redwork and the button necklaces are very clever. Lucky you, pancakes for breakfast.

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  17. That redwork is again beautiful.
    Those cd's look great, I'm going to see if they are here to, never hear of them before.

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  18. Just caught up with your last two posts Michelle, very sweet stitcheries, and lovely button necklaces, how much better using favourite buttons from your own collection .
    Hugs R.

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  19. How spoilt were you! Luck duck. Love your stitching designs. Sharyn:)

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  20. Lovely to see your projects growing. And the pancakes do make a perfect start to a day!

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