24 January, 2015

FNSI, OPAM and the Tradie!

 My FNSI project was this little sparrow stitchery by Jenny of Elefantz. This is for Operation Sparrow. You can read all about it here on Jenny's blog. I didn't get as much done 
as I was at Little Athletics for the twilight meeting 
and the light wasn't good enough.
 Thank you to Wendy for hosting us last night.
Head over here to Wendy's to see what 
every one else got up to.
It's time to sign up for OPAM 2015 with Peg and Kris
Head over to either Peg's or Kris's blogs to
see all the details and sign up. 
I wonder how many projects I will finish this year!
Mitchell has survived his first week of getting up early and going to work. Although the 7.00am starts are a bit of a killer for him! Nelson took this selfie last night at athletics.


21 comments:

kiwikid said...

Your stitchery is lovely Christine..good to hear the tradie is going well!

Libster said...

we are on the same wavelength with the sparrow! well done for Mitchell surviving his first week!

Dasha said...

First week at your "real" job is a toughie. Good on him.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Glad all is good on the work front ....glad u have joined us again xx

creations.1 said...

The sitchery looks lovely. 1 week down..... I wonder how long before he realises that school life wasn't so bad after all!!

shez said...

Hi Christine wow your little bird stitchery is gorgeous and well done Mitchell,its great earning your own money,hope you have a wonderful long weekend my friend xx

Jo said...

Cute little stitchery. Well done to Mitchell for surviving the heat. I'm sure he will enjoy his weekend

Michelle Ridgway said...

Nice stitching! No mean feat starting full time work x

Maria said...

It's a cute stitchery by Jenny.

You are a very busy Mum.

Pleased. Mitchell made his first week.

The 4 Bushel Farmgal said...

Great work on little sparrow for a good cause!

Helen said...

Very cute stitchery and woohoo to Mitchell on his first week at work !!

Janet said...

The stitchery is well on it's way despite the poor light!

Susan said...

Such a pretty design, and the blue thread is perfect.

Fiona said...

lovely stitching..... glad the tradie is coping well...
Hugz

Katherine said...

Beautiful stitching!

barb's creations said...

Glad to hear the tradie survived is first week of work and I love your little birdie stitchery :) Barb.

Dawn said...

Jenny's patterns are always lovely especially with the gorgeous colours of Cottage Threads. Hope you can get more done over the long weekend.

Anthea said...

love the selfie - cheeky grins - glad he's survived his first week!
Love the stitching x

FloS said...

Nice stitchery !
Florence

Käthe said...

Hallo,
das ist ja eine ganz zauberhafte Stickarbeit !
Liebe Grüße
Käthe

Flickenstichlerin said...

Dear Christine,
beautiful stitchery and the pie (next post) looks delicious.
Greetings,
Sylvia