Hello from this rainy part of the world. We had massive storms during the night-quite a light show-and are expecting more rain today and tomorrow. Good excuse to stay inside and stitch.
And watch a little TV. And catch up on internet stuff.
Here is my first photo for the Totally Useless SAL. There are a lot of scraps because I did a lot of frogging this month. I'm not sure if I will keep filling this jar or pour the little scraps into a larger container. The piece underneath the jar is the Crown & Thistle Quaker Sampler. It moves really fast. This is one afternoon's work. And I'm working busily collecting birth dates.
I made my Spring doorpiece over the weekend and finally got it hanging. Hopefully in the next few weeks (months?) we'll get the house painted. And my wonderful front door. I went through a feng shui period and painted the door a reddish color. It looked pretty good at first. Then the sun faded it. I just used a grapevine wreath from Hobby Lobby. Hot glued some ivy in place, the used some scrap flowers from the garage. I did buy a yellow rose bush and added the roses because a big portion of my family lives in Texas.
Well, that's all from Baton Rouge. The best part of rainy weather is catching up, so hopefully I can work on this blog and the other one. I have some great new sites to add. And a few to remove. Until then, ta.