Let me start by saying that though I clearly recognize the fact that I have just recently purchased a stitching stand, and one that made my pocketbook smile because of it's very reasonable price tag, I have inadvertently stumbled upon the stitching stand of my dreams.
Santa dear, this "new" stitching stand is just divine! It is the dream of an organized stitcher, the Pope of those who call themselves stitching stands, the Bentley of the entire fleet of stands that were created for the purpose of stitching.
I realize that I am gushing over a material object, but oh dear Santa, I want this stand, no, I need this stand to complete the ever growing list of charts that are near and dear to my heart. I ask, no, I implore you wonderful jolly bearded fellow that you are, to please consider bringing this deserving gal one of her own.
Is it not Fabulous?!
Look at the ease of stitching, the attachment with a light, a chart clamp and a slot for needfuls such as scissors, floss and "frogging" supplies.
The Smart Stitch Stand Complete
|Woman and chair not needed|
In closing, dearest Santa, let me say that I have been a very good girl this year, and that even though I do not always play nicely with others I can say with all honesty that I have, so far, neither pulled hair nor thrown sand once this year. I have not fibbed, lied or otherwise wained dishonest and I have held my tongue from gossip, cussing and all around unladylike conduct. I feel that I can honestly say that I have been a true peach.
I promise that if you can find it in your big heart to bring such a wonderful gift to me, I will do my part to stitch my little heart out and keep the needle flying. I also promise that if I don't receive this from you I will not curse, throw things or whine, but I cannot promise that I will not pout, sulk or act a bit unruly for a few days, as is my nature when severely disappointed.
Remember, dearest darling Santa that I love you above all other jolly fellows and that I find you divine indeed.