Hello! Last year, on a day when I was not feeling very well, I made a surprisingly coherent post about a Little Twin Stars cross stitch flier that I'd ordered used from Amazon. I was really excited about getting it, because I am an easily impressed dork that's way too into Sanrio rubbish, but had not managed to actually finish any of the patterns included in the book. When I made that post in October, that was reasonable, since I'd just gotten the book that day and had classes and stuff to deal with. After a while, though, it just got kind of ridiculous. Yesterday, however, I fixed that by finally completing one of the many patterns included in the lovely cross stitch booklet. I think that I started this in October, which should tell you how fast I am at stitching and what a brilliant attention span I have.
Behold, my stitched version of Linda Dennis' pattern of the Little Twin Stars taking a nap on a moon that someone has unwisely tied a star to with a ribbon! (Really, this could cause problems. The moon looks kind of flimsy, and that star is big enough that it could tip it over and send Kiki and Lala flying. Plus, it might be gravitationally unsound. The Twin Stars must be awfully callous to just nap next to a potential intergalactic disaster.)
Eventually, I would like to stitch the entire Little Twin Stars cross stitch patterns flier, because it would please me to do so. I plan to start working towards that goal sometime this weekend. I haven't chosen which pattern to do next, though, so it is just as likely that I'll get all excited about picking a pattern, get distracted, and then do something else. Either way, it should be fun!
In a few days, I should be back with another patterns post, but until then, good luck with your own crafting projects! I hope that you guys are at least a little more focused than I am about getting projects done.