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Trudie
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4:14 pm Feb 07, 2008

Goodness Rifestitch you are doing well with the chatelains . I luv all the ones you have chosen .
Hope the children are on the mend. The puppy sounds great fun ! I have a maltesex poodle myself .
Bella will be 6 on the 23th of may . The love of my life !
Shes a little charmer . Very intellegent too.

How long before you tackle Knotgarden ?
Happy Stitching

Trudie
rifestitch
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Location: North of Atlanta
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3:59 pm Feb 08, 2008

quote:
Originally posted by Trudie
How long before you tackle Knotgarden ?
Happy Stitching

Trudie


It will go into the spot Fantasy Triptych is in, since I am now very confident I will get that one done soon - I am hoping by the time summer gets here. I am guessing 3 more months' rotation time, so 3 good weeks of actual time - TW castles go really quick for me (of course, now that I've said that out loud, I've probably jinxed myself Mad ). Summer - I WILL be working on Knotgarden at some point during summer, come hell or high water!
fenny
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Location: Israel
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4:33 pm Feb 08, 2008

Of course you will Exclamation
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Summer - I WILL be working on Knotgarden at some point during summer, come hell or high water!


As translated from Dutch.
Where there's a will, there is a way!

Happy Stitching and have a good weekend. Very Happy
Trudie
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Location: Australia
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8:19 pm Feb 08, 2008

quote:
Originally posted by fenny
Of course you will Exclamation
quote:


Summer - I WILL be working on Knotgarden at some point during summer, come hell or high water!


As translated from Dutch.
Where there's a will, there is a way!

Happy Stitching and have a good weekend. Very Happy


Fenny your work looks wonderfull in the gallery . How many hrs a day would you stitch ?

Happy Stitching
Trudie
fenny
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1:23 pm Feb 09, 2008

Hoi Trudie.

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How many hrs a day would you stitch ?


First of all, thanks!!
To be honest,haven't got a clue. I started in the summer, when it was too hot to go for fun outside, inside the house with the AC on makes very good Stitching time. My DH was often abroad. summerholiday for the children, so no pressure from anything, maybe that helped as well.
Since I don't work, get the chores done in the morning and stitch whenever I feel like it.
But saw on a rotation forum, that some do the rotation by hours. So last week started to write down, how many stitching hours there are in a week. Saw then, that it was about 13 hours, probably could stitch more, but as you know, there is the phone, people at the door,etc.Do you understand what I mean?

Groetjes en geniet van je weekend.

Happy Stitching
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