Tuesday, April 28, 2009

TOTALLY USELESS SAL: BIG PROGRESS


I really didn't think I did that much work this month but I was wrong. My jar grew. There's some fabby from the Traveling Stitcher, ribbon from my Stitching for a Cure projects, a label from GAST and some magenta colored thread from a project I decided to re-cycle. This is an eye-opener SAL!
And now it's time to punch the threads down to see if I can get a few more into the jar.

5 comments:

PaulineD said...

Marian, your TUSAL is HUGE! Congratulations on all that stitching it represents.

BTW, I like that quote on your blog about 'undocumented immigrants'. It made me smile! We gave similar issues here in Australia, although it is harder to arrive unannounced as we are surrounded by water.

Great blog!

Donna said...

Just look at you! You have done so much on your tusal.
Glad to hear some of it is remnants of the stitching for a cure project!

Siobhan said...

Wow, YGG! You were a busy bee with your needle this month! :) Congrats on getting so much done.

D said...

Okay, I have no idea what a TUSAL is, but I like your blog! Thanks for your visit and for following mine. Think I'll follow you to find out more about this TUSAL business. ROLL TIDE!

Julie said...

Very pretty jar full. I've put some of mine outside as we have blackbirds making a nest in the climbing ivy.