That's me. Since the last time I wrote, this is all I've managed to stitch on Mary Otter. Or anything else.
In my defense, I did have to work late three days out of four this week, and I had an EGA meeting on the other night.
Ironically, I never get anything stitched on guild nights, no matter what guild it is. I talk about stitching, I look at stitching, I get excited and inspired by stitching, but I don't get to actually stitch.
And that brings me back to Mary Otter.
She is one big, beautiful girl.
And she is a model for a designer, which means she takes priority. After her teaching career ends, she'll come back to live with me, but until then, she really belongs to someone else. So I need to put the pedal to the medal and the nose to the grindstone and sharpen the electric needle and avoid any other cliches and get 'er done.
When I first looked at her photograph, I thought I might be able to stitch her by Halloween. After getting the charts, I thought it would be closer to Thanksgiving. Now, after really studying all her details, I think it might be Christmas.
Which means that Mary Otter will be about the only subject of the blog for awhile.
So, I can talk about Mary for the next three months. Or I can let the blog go dark. Or I can let you, Dear Readers, weigh in.
What say you?