Saturday, February 23, 2008

2nd attempt.. scissor case & I'm Tagged!

Since the first one i made i wanted to try again with a not so thick fabric, i can't find an appropriate pattern to use but i hope this will do. It's a freebie i printed a while back and i don't know from where...I used DMC 815 on to 28ct cream linnen.

I have been tagged by Carol R
to name 7 weird or random facts about myself.

First, the Rules:

1 Once you are tagged, link back to the person who tagged you.
2 Post the Rules on your blog.
3 Post 7 weird or random facts about yourself on your blog.
4 Tag 7 people and link them.
5 Comment on their blog to let them know they have been tagged.

Second, 7 weird or random facts about me:

1 I love country music but don't get the chance to listen to it as the kids doesnt like it and change it to their own kind of music.

2 Sometimes before starting a book i'll sneak at the ending first.

3 I eat chips or green appels with vinegar.

4 Nearly half year now, i weigh every morning it becomes an obsession. I've lose 5 kilos and happy with it, i want or hope to keep it.

5 I am afraid of using the lift, if needed i'll wait till somebody get in. Glad we don't have it here on the island.

6 I cry easily. I won't watch drama film as i will be in tears till the ending. I'd rather read it so i can easily skip it or have a pause.

7 I cannot sew! Some can't believe it when they've seen some of my finishes.

And now the 7 bloggers i'm tagging: It's not easy as i've seen so many had done it far i haven't seen these yet or maybe i had missed it??


Thanks so much for stopping by and the encouragement with my English. I really get difficulty with it as well as my Dutch and when i called home in Asia i am lost too with our dialects.

Judith, the windmill pattern is from an older issue of Cross Stitch Crazy magazine. Let me know if you want it.


Doris said...

"2 Sometimes before starting a book i'll sneak at the ending first"...
me too!!!

Dawn B. said...

Love the needle case..Great work

Debra said...

Oh, you got me. LOL! That was fun to read and do. Love the scissor case.

Anonymous said...

your sissor case looks lovely, as always your finishing is beautiful.

Julie said...

Super scissor case, a pretty design

Karan said...

Love the scissor case Mylene, it's really pretty.
First time I've been tagged - hope I figure it all out properly & get it right! :0)

Barbara said...

Wow, that's some great finishing, Mylene!!

We always put vinegar on our chips/fries where I'm from. They taste better that way! :D

Christine said...

I love the scissor case Mylene, the design you chose works perfectly

Rachael said...

What a wonderful scissors case ,Well done

monique said...

Your scissors case is avbslolutely beautiful!
I also sometimes go right to the last page of a book to read the end before I start reading Ü.

Julie R's Crafting Blog said...

Very do amazing work!!!!

Meari said...

I love reading facts about people. Thanks for sharing! :)

Sandy P said...

You always amaze me! Wonderful work and stitching. Hugs Sandy P.

Karen said...

your scissor case is very pretty

Vickie said...

Your scissor case is beautiful!!!

glenda said...

Fabulous work!

Lillie said...

Like the first one, its a beauty.
Congrads on another successful attempt! you earlir..PIF received,
many thanks, loved it!

Lisha said...

That's a great pattern for the scissor case. It turned out great. Might try one of those too.