It's a bit late in the day but it's still Wednesday so I'm joining in with this weeks WOYWW over at Julia's blog - a great way of going round the world and seeing what everyone has been up to in the past week. There's been no actual crafting going on at my workdesk this week and that's because the desk has been moved from the back bedroom onto the landing so that we could get one of the walls plastered. We've also decided that it's not going back into that room so I have to find somewhere for the overflow of stash that is both on the desk and under it! Some of it will fit into the space I have been making in the downstairs cupboards and some of it might just end up on E-Bay this weekend if they have a free listing offer. I guess the real answer to the problem is to actually USE the stash instead of just looking at it all the time!!!
I have been busy crafting the past week though and have spent since Friday working on a different stitching project every day so that I can join in with the Theme-a-licious for March. So far so good and I have managed to work on at least one different project every day. Last night I managed to get a couple of the small floral confetti panels done on Yiota's landscape cross stitch. This morning the big bad wolf was completed so I will now be working on Red Riding Hood - I will post a weekly progress photo of that one. I am thoroughly enjoying it and I'm going to set myself a target and try and get it completed by the end of March. This evenings piece of stitching will be a WIP called the Fishermans Lodge - I've almost completed the actual lodge it's just the surrounding garden areas and the border of fish that I need to work on and try to get done this year.
Today's photo prompt is CHAIR and I've captured a photo of Max's favourite chair in the house. This chair is in our conservatory and was bought for DH but he has to share it with Max (when allowed). Max loves it for just general lazing around but more often than not you can usually find him perched and hanging over the back of the chair when he is on cat patrol. He is ever vigilant and the mere sight of a cat will send him off in a frenzy to the back door to be let out. Once let out he will just round down the bottom of the garden barking like mad and not having a clue where the cat has gone as he has made so much noise at the back door that the cat has long gone. At least he does a fairly good job of keeping the cats out of the garden - not that I have anything against cats, but I just prefer them not to use my garden as one of their giant litter trays.
Max and I enjoyed a lovely walk through Plymbridge this morning and as you can see he needed to rest after the exertion.