This is a very old finish I needed to photograph for my Happy Dance blog. Stitched back in 1994 or 95 on black aida, it's a row of cute kitties that sat on my son's window sill for several years. The first picture is how it looks and the second shows the difference between the front and the back!
Here is this week's main stitching focus:
Enabling Spot coming up here:
Here's a nice new blog just launched with a week of freebies - The Snowflower Diaries. Maja is a Hungarian participant on the Hallowe'en Ornie SAL and one of the first designs is a Hallowe'en chart. The other one is some rather more seasonal bunnies.
Talking of Hungarians and bunny freebies - here's another link - Palko-lap. There are lots of different freebies here as well as these Quaker Bunnies. The Quaker Cat is a favourite of mine too.
Finally, it's Mother's Day in the UK tomorrow so hopefully you'll all be getting breakfast in bed and lots of nice treats from your children and/or furbabies. If you don't have children or furbabies then you can have a lie-in any time without being suddenly woken up at unsociable hours by unearthly yowling so you don't need a special day!
If your country doesn't celebrate Mother's Day in March then you must claim your English roots and tell your family you need to be treated, make them do it in an English accent too, just for fun.