Yesterday instead of continuing on Arabella, I picked up my Tsunami Quaker sampler. And when I picked it up, I had it upside down and decided I'd been silly not to see this before. I continued my stitching on left hand side of the piece with the piece upside down. Much easier on my arms as these are 28 inch scroll rods and I mostly stitch this piece sitting on the sofa.
The other thing about turning it upside down is that I noticed a place where I didn't cross a stitch! What? I turned it right side up and couldn't see it. Turned it upside down and saw it right away. Wow. I have now reached the conclusion that I need to turn my pieces and examine them closely before taking them to the framer. I guess the light just hits it differently enough.
Designed a biscornu yesterday to teach at another EGA chapter - not my own chapter. I'm unhappy with the bottom of the piece this morning and will redo it. But had a great time playing with my Easygrapher software. Should work up quickly, as the point of this class is the finishing.
Already in the 70s. I'm off to enjoy the weather!!!!!!!!