I continued to work on The Wright Friends through the past week. I have other classes lined up (more later) so I wanted to get to a good stopping point. I mentioned in my previous post that we worked on the fuchsia window in class. We also started on the center square in the class. I finished that center square and started/completed the lime green window. I’ve declared myself half complete since I still have to fill in some beads on the first two windows as well as stitch the remaining two windows.
The remaining windows are purple and turquoise which I’m planning to complete in the next month but I’m off to start another project. I’m hoping to post about that class later this week.
I usually watch DVDs while I’m stitching – I rarely watch shows when they’re actually on tv and prefer to “binge watch” several episodes at once. I couldn’t make up my mind what to watch so I listened to an audiobook recommended by a friend: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. It is the story of two sisters in occupied France during WWII and how the choices they make in reaction to the events affect their lives. I enjoyed the story thoroughly and I thought the narrator, Polly Stone, was excellent. I recommend it highly.