I know that I won't be doing any stitching today until after my daughter leaves to return to Boston this afternoon, but that is just fine with me. I have had a few opportunities to work on some crafts this week.
Baker Beach got some more blue stitches added.
The water is really filling in now.
I also worked on the 2015 Prairie Schooler Santa. Not a lot, but enough to see some progress.
I picked up my Granny Square Roses again also. I have now completed all the squares of all the roses that had leaves.
My dilemma is that I have this basket of roses that don't have leaves, but I ran out of the sage green yarn that I was using on the darker colored roses. I have no idea when or where I bought that yarn or what make or colorway it is. When I started this project a few years ago, I was trying to use up wayward yarn.
I don't like the way the the darker roses look with the dark green leaves. Unfortunately I only have a kelly green left in my stash and it is way too bright.
I think that I need to go to ACMoore or Michaels and try to find either a yarn very similar to the sage green or a totally different green that I can use on all of the rest of these roses. I don't want only a few to have the new green. That might be my shopping plan for tomorrow afternoon.
I am joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. On Monday, I will join the Stitchery Link Party at Super Mom - No Cape. Pop on over to these sites to see what other bloggers are stitching. As for me, I will enjoy the morning and early afternoon with my daughter and then maybe sit down with Baker Beach for a little while late this afternoon.
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