A couple of weekends ago, whilst away from home, I made a start on the Pink Snowman from Shepherd's Bush. There was quite a lot going on that weekend; what with my Dad's birthday and going for meetings at our wedding and reception venues. So, unfortunately, I was not able to complete this project in a weekend. I say unfortunately, because if I had, the following disaster might not have happened. I put the snowman project on hold for the week and instead stitched White Nights in evenings.
Last weekend I stayed at my fiance's so on the Thursday evening I packed my weekend stitching, the Pink Snowman and some smaller projects. On the train journey to his I did some stitching on one of the smaller projects. Before leaving the train I packed all my stuff away and checked I had left nothing behind, or so I thought. The next morning I got the Pink Snowman out to stitch him but there was no chart and no floss, I did have the clay buttons. A frantic search of his house followed and on Sunday one at my house in case I hadn't packed the chart in the first place, but no, the chart and the floss have gone. I must have left them on the train! This is as far as I got.
So I am now waiting for a replacement kit to arrive!
White Nights has now been put away for December. The middle tower is finished except for the backstitching, beading and the one over one section at the base of the tower.
White Nights has been put on hold for December because, as promised, St Nicholas Tree Skirt, now officially a UFO has been taken out. This isn't quite where I left it at the start of the year as I managed to do a little stitching last night.
The next train journey is planned for a fortnight's time and I will be triple checking that I have not left anything behind!