This chair has been in Mr. Wonderful's family for a long time His mother remembers it as a child and hubby remembers breaking it when he was a child. (you can't see the repair from this angle, but it is visible) Anyway - he wanted the chair and his mother gave it to him. I really need to get him to write out the history of who it belonged to before his mother had it - I keep forgetting. (I think it was her aunt, but like I said. . .) I really didn't think that I would be comfortable having in the living room so I moved the glider rocker out of our bedroom and put this chair where the glider had been. While this chair is pretty - it really isn't my style. I'm not really sure why - it is kind of 'delicate' looking and 'delicate' is not exactly a word I would think of to describe myself. (I do think it would be wonderful painted white but I've been forbidden from painting it). I have a lot of family things - all of which have much more sentimental value than monetary value - just like this chair. This is really the only thing Mr. Wonderful has asked me to find a place for, so I guess I can resist the urge to paint it - but it is tough!
I did do some stitching yesterday but I haven't taken a progress picture. I'm still trying to finish the July square on The Red Thread project. I don't think I will be caught up by the end of August.
Have a great day.