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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday

Still in Minnesota but joining in with Julia and the gang over at The Stamping Ground for another What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday. No desk again this week. I do have a finish I've been working on.


I am determined to finish some of the many projects I have kitted up over the years and this is the second I have finished this year. I've almost finished the scarf I was working on top but no photo of that this week.

Daughter and I went to The Mall of America on Sunday. It is huge! See last post of interested. While we were in Minneapolis we went to the Blick Art shop. Wonderful! I think we were both drooling.



We will be going back another time. Thanks for those who visited last week. I got as many people as I could. Not as easy on my Kindle. I'll try to do better this week! Happy WOYWW everybody!

24 comments:

  1. It's wonderful that you have a project or two with you while you're away! That store looks fabulous, definitely worth another visit!

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  2. wowza - the art shop looks fab ! no wondering you were drooling hahahaha.Darlene #40

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  3. Hi Sharon. Great cross stitch piece. Did you dye that fabric yourself - the colours are exactly right for the stitching. She looks like she has grown out of it!!! What an art store! Goodness...
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #2

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  4. What a beautiful cross stitch! Bravo! Oh my, we don't have any craft shops near us..... getting withdrawal symptoms...!!! Happy WOYWW! Anne #10

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  5. Wow, I'd have been drooling too. Everything is bigger in America! Super amazing cross stitch. Thanks for the visit.

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  6. Your stitching is beautiful! What fabric have you used? All the colours in the art shop look delicious, nom! Thank you for sharing and have a great week - EmbroidRage #8 x

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  7. The cross stitch is lovely - amazing how it's possible to build facial features with just a few stitches. I would have fainted in that shop, never mind drooling LOL! Americans don't do things by half, do they!? Thanks so much for visiting earlier! Enjoy the rest of your time in Minnesota! zsuzsa #30

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  8. Blogging and commenting from any tablet is enough to put you off doing it! It's great to see you all the way in Minnesota! That tapestry is just gorgeous, double the pleasure because you've dug in and finished it, I'm sure.

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  9. So glad to hear you are still visiting your daughter and having a fun time. Enjoy!

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  10. Happy WOYWW. Well done for getting a stitchy project done. I used to do a lot of cross stitching (7 hours per day and stitching for other people), but lost my stitchy bug and have no inclination to pick up a needle again. That art shop looks amazing. Ali x #29

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  11. Hi Sharon, it's great that no matter where we are we can join in the Wednesday hop, love it. Not sure I would dare to visit that shop, I would want it all Lol! Thanks for the visit to mine, have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 20

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  12. Ah that art shop looks incredible! What a wonderful host of colours. Have a great week, happy crafting, Max #27

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  13. Ah that art shop looks incredible! What a wonderful host of colours. Have a great week, happy crafting, Max #27

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  14. must be satisfying to get something finished! enjoy the shopping
    Robyn 3

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  15. Love Dick Blick (not been to a store but seen his catalogue) and it is on my list for next year.
    Love your project, did you paint the ladies head - it is amazing.
    Hugs & Thanks for visiting me earlier (whilst I was in the air LOL) xxx 47

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  16. Thanks for calling by at mine yesterday. I'm playing catch up this morning on all the blogs I missed to visit yesterday.
    Love your cross stitch pic. I bet your basket soon got filled with all the fab stuff in the art shop.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #16

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  17. Oh. My. Look at all the beautiful colours in that art shop....my purse would have been empty by the end. I just can't resist rows of rainbow colours like that...gorgeous! And well done for finishing the kits too, very satisfying huh?!
    Hugs, LLJ 18 xxx

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  18. Wow - that Mall looks huge! Hope you didn't spend too much! Thanks for visiting my blog! Lindart #45

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  19. Dick Blick is one place I haven't been in a gazillion years but I can lose myself in Jerry's ArtORama in Tennessee. Looks as if you're enjoying your visit. Safe Travels and Creative Blessings! Kelly #35

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  20. That are store is amazing! I could spend all day there! x Karen

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  21. Oooooh I have been in a Blick art store when I went to New York three years ago....I wish we had them over here-x-

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  22. ooh that store looks worth another visit :-)
    Kyla

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