Friday, November 9

2013 Goals

I have (hopefully) decided to make 2013 the year of the HAED.

This whole scare with HAED maybe having to close really got me anxious.  I have admired and drooled over the designs for awhile now but I just got busy with projects I already had and just assumed that HAED would always be there.

I already own 3 of the designs which I will show in a HAED stash tab after this post.

Even with the exchange rate their designs are still a bargain.  To make something that looks like art when you are done is just something that amazes me.

I have tried to start the projects with no luck so far.  I bought 2m of 22count only to realize that I would never be able to work on it.  I then bought 18count and even though it is more manageable my eyes still hurt after about 15 minutes.

Due to unforseen expenses end of October I had to sadly miss the 50% off sale but I am sure there will be another one at some point.  But I plan on buying 16 count fabric at the end of Nov and Dec and hopefully will have my first HAED start in Dec.

So the reason for this post is that Christmas is speeding it's way here and I am hopeful that my husband will be willing to buy me a few charts as a Christmas present.  I will be sending him a message with the link to this post and hope he takes the hint:-)

I have been working my way through all the charts and have managed to get to view over 3000 of them and I already have 49 on my wishlist.

But to make the husbands life easier, I have selected a few that are Must Haves for you to choose from and the rest are ones I will happily purchase as time allows.

I don't know how to add a direct link to my wishlist as its not giving me my wishlist number in the web addie, so just go to this link:

http://heavenandearthdesigns.com/index.php?main_page=un_wishlist_find

And use my email:

MoniqueLHinze@gmail.com

Hopefully Santa (hehe) will be kind to me this year.

2 comments:

Emma said...

I sat one evening and went through every single chart on the site - I have around 190 on mine at the moment! Seeing other peoples work always makes you think "ooooh I'll add that!"

People who have asked me what I would like for Christmas have kindly agreed to buy me the threads I need for my 2013 projects. I can't wait to get started :)

SoCal Debbie said...

What a great idea for your hubby to check your Wish List!