Friday, July 10, 2009

Thank you for taking the time over the past two months to visit me at my blog. I have certainly enjoyed reading the comments and the notes in the guest book. Thank you very much! Please continue to leave notes. I love reading them!

I wish that I could have you over for a cup of tea so we could visit. I'd let you pick the cup that strikes your fancy. The photo below shows some of your choices.

We could also sit and stitch a bit. I'd be working on Mary Wigham. What would you be working on?

I hope you have a nice weekend planned. Little Haiden arrived earlier this evening and is now in bed. Tomorrow we're off to the park!

8 comments:

Margaret said...

I love your teacup collection! And your Mary is looking wonderful! Enjoy little Haiden -- he is such a cutie! That boy has character!

Love to Stitch said...

You are making tremendous progress on Mary! She is really beautiful. Looks like you are right on schedule :).

Dawn said...

Oh my! Teacup collection is beautiful!! You're making wonderful progress on Mary. ~ Dawn ~

Charlene said...

I would choose the blue and white - Thank you! And you give me encouragement to begin Mary...I have the materials, just haven't started, and you're up to date, it seems. Beautiful!!

shakatak66 said...

Once Charlene has finished her cup of tea in the blue and white cup, I'll take the second serving ;) As for what I would be stitching, it would be Chatelaine's Stitching Leporello, which is my current focus piece that is soooo close to being finished (a UFO that's been sitting unfinished for waay too long now!). Thanks for providing us a lovely blog to read :)

With My Needle said...

Tea cups are so much fun to collect and use! I can't remember how I got started.

Charlene and Karen, the tea cup that you like may have been my first one; my parents brought it to me from Delft.

Karen, you may not have to wait for Charlene to finish her tea. I have quite a few other blue and white cups; my favorite one is by Spode, I think. I also have a sweet one that looks like toile. Maybe I'll be able to show some more of my collection sometime in the future.

I'm glad that my progress on Mary Wigham has been encouraging, Charlene. I haven't made much progress this weekend ....I was busy playing with legos and going to the park.

Chrissie said...

Oooo, please can I use the cup on the middle right?? I love to drink tea from a pretty cup and saucer and how lovely it would be to sit and stitch with you. I could bring the birth sampler I am working on for my second precious grand- daughter :))))

Chrissie

gio162 said...

Beautiful cups, I really couldn't choose. And Mary is looking gorgeous, Ellen, what a lot of stitching you've done!