Tuesday, 6 August 2013


Welcome to another week of nosing at people's desks, courtesy of our Julia.  You can join in here.

Here is my desk this week...

I may be starting to lose my mind!  Pleased send chocolate covered thoughts my way!  I'm trying to stay positive for you guys, but the wedding is this Saturday, and I work full time.  I'm currently working on it for an hour before work everyday and 5 hours after work, I believe I need an extra 20 hours than what I can afford.  Oh well.  On the plus side, I have learnt that this size cross stitch which would ordinarily take 4 months can be done in 2 1/2 to 3.  Hopefully when you pop back next week, you'll see the finished piece.

Have a great week all! x


  1. Wow lucy this is looking fab i'll see what I can do about the choc choc.

  2. I think you are doing an amazing job in the time you have.
    Sandra @46

  3. wow! I can't wait to see it finished :)
    You can do it!!!
    Jana #71

  4. Hi Lucy, this is really coming along beautifully. Funny what can be accomplished when the pressure is on.
    Thanks for taking time to come visit my desk.
    Krisha #19

  5. Wow, you are doing great, never thought you would manage it. WEll done.

    Lynda #82

  6. Choccie coated thoughts on their way Lucy!! Keep going, I'm sure you'll be ready in time. It's a lot, when you're working as well.

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #75

  7. Wow...It's stunning. Relax, it may have to be a little late, but they will love it anyway. Happy crafting #1

  8. Wow agaiN! Lucy don't panic. It's oK. And do you know that the number of brides and grooms who actually open presents on the day is teeny...specially if they're going away. Wether it's ready or not, my goodness, it's the most amazing piece of cross stitch I've ever seen.

  9. You are making great progress slow and steady wins the race as they say. It is definitely going to be treasured by the happy couple. Happy WOYWW! Danie #14

  10. Well done! You have really cracked on with this and it's looking good - just don't panic! Chris113