Saturday, October 4, 2014

Lots of Updates (FNWF, TUSAL, etc.)

It's been a long time since I could squeeze in a visit to the blogosphere! Some highlights of the past couple months:
-I returned to Davidson College for my sophomore year
-I read my first Platonic dialogue in the original Ancient Greek
-I watched a ton of Star Trek: Voyager
-I finally started reading A Game of Thrones

And now for stitching updates!

I participated in Friday Night with Friends for the first time last night and did some serious stitching on Little House Needleworks's Famine Relief Chart (Love One Another).



I'm also quite overdue for a TUSAL update, so here are all my orts since I moved back into school:

And here is the progress that's been made on Tardis 3D since I last posted a picture of it!

After such a long absence from the world of cross stitch blogs, I was crushed to find out just yesterday about the death of Debbie of Debbie's Cross Stitch. She was an amazing person. I found her blog not too long after I first started cross stitching and would check it every day. She inspired me, and she always replied to my comments. When I started my own blog, emulating her, she always commented on my posts with encouraging words. I pray that she has found eternal peace.


  1. Your stitching is beautiful.... such a lovely project x

  2. Hi Katie! I'm a new follower :D Beautiful stitching!

  3. Your stitching is looking wonderful!

    Oh my gosh a 3d cross stitch tardis?! That is amazing...I shall have to add it to my wish list hehehe.

    I hope the new year at college goes well for you!

  4. Hi Katie,

    Your TARDIS is coming along nicely. I love seeing my designs stitched by others. It doesn't happen as often as I wish. You will be tired of blue floss by the time you finish the stitching. If you have any questions when you get to the assembly, email me. I'm always ready to help. Good luck with school!

  5. Nice progress on the Tardis, it's certainly a big project!
    We have all been affected by Debbie's sudden death. Several of us are joining in with the January Challenge she did every year. She will not be forgotten!