Monday, 26 November 2007

Ted update

Amongst all my recent college work, I've had a bit of time to work on my Tatty Ted WIP:

I love how he's turning out! The colours seem to look fine against all the others in the background. I've got a bit of time off this week, so I'm hoping to try and finish this one off. I'm dreading all the French knots though!

College is going well. I've been informed that for my first major written assignment I have not been 'referred', which means I've got a pass, merit or distinction. Phew! The tutor hasn't marked the ones that aren't refers yet, so I should find out my results in a couple of weeks time. This week we have an interviewing assignment. I spent last week devising a job description and person specification for a ficticious job. I'm in a team of 3 people and this week we have to interview a person our tutor has requested to come in. I've done interviews before, so I'm not nervous about it, although I suspect our candidate will be quite hard work - either so talkative we can't get a word in edgeways, or very, very quiet and hard to get information out of.

Well, it looks like Gill and Kathy are up for a Chatelaine Taj Mahal SAL in January. Anyone else want to join? Shall we stitch one day each week, or over a particular weekend each month? I'm happy to do either. I have some gorgeous rich purple fabric all ready to go. I'm looking forward to starting this one!


Sharon said...

Great progress on Tatty! Looks good. Sounds like college is agreeing with you-congrats on the good works.

****Ciottina**** said...

Hi Sam...I've just found out your blog...your works are fantastic and I can't wait to see your wips of Tatty Teddy...I like the colours you've chosen for your bear! Congratulations!

Sally said...

Lovely progress on ted! He is so cute:)

Gill said...

Teddy's looking great Sam!

For the SAL, I'd prefer one day a week, but I'll go with the majority. ;)

Nicola said...

Tatty is looking so sweet Sam, you're doing a great job.