Three weeks ago, I had a no show with my SAL project. For this time, I do have progress to show. Not heaps, but it’s gone from this
Lighting wasn’t always brilliant for stitching in hospital waiting rooms, but I felt it was more industrious than reading a book. I also found it quite amazing, what an ice-breaker a bit of needlecraft can be. I lost count of the number of people (patients, family members accompanying patients, and medical staff) who asked what I was doing, and stopped, or pulled up a chair, for a quick chat. Several of the men spoke of wives/mothers/daughters who knit/crochet/stitch or sew, and quite a few of the ladies also happily told me about their needleworkings. So not only did xstitch help pass the time, but it also led to some interesting chatter . . . much more fun than everyone sitting in silence reading a book.
Let’s see what other SAL members have been up to.
Avis, Claire, Gun, Christina, Kathy, Margaret,
Heidi, Jackie, Sunny, Megan, Deborah, Sharon, Daisy,