I also have finished Eek on my Halloween Boo Club by Lizzie*Kate. I am enjoying stitching on this series, but I did enjoy putting it down to do the exchange. That got me to making the decision to go on somewhat of a rotation schedule for a little while and see how I like it. I figure that I should be able to stitch one of the Lizzie*Kate charts in a week, most of the time. So the plan is to stitch one of the Boo Club charts one week, and then work on Santa Clothes by Raise the Roof on the other week. Since my schedule does seem to vary one week from the next, I am not really going to put any pressure on myself. If it takes more than a week to stitch one of the charts, I will just stitch on it until I am finished with it, and then stitch on Santa for the same amount of time I took to finish the chart.
The Santa project has been a WIP for a several years, almost making it to the UFO pile. I have already done the Witchy Washy chart by Raise the Roof, and I have Peter Cottonknits and Sam's Shorts, Socks and Such also by Raise the Roof in my To do pile, so I would really like to get on with it. Here is my starting point so that we can track my progress.
This weekend I have been taking it fairly easy because I have had this persistant cough that has really worn me out. The oncologist decided that it could be a reaction to the chemo I have been taking (although there is no history of that reaction) so did not let me take the chemo this week. He had me do a CT scan of my chest and a Pulmonary Function Test and he then wants to see me back there on Thursday afternoon to determine a new gameplan. I just hope that it doesn't prolong the process too long. Right now, I wasn't to be done with all the treatments until mid October, I don't want it to carry over to the holiday season if I can help it. Okay, done with the whining.
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