Here is my poor frog after this month's TUSAL. He informed me that he is very unhappy with me overstuffing him like that and would appreciate it if I could find a new home for my orts. I am giving him indigestion. I have informed him that he is a frog, he cannot speak and therefore I don't see a problem.
My threads are from many assorted projects this past month. I flitted from one to another.
My friend Bonnie sent me this link. I believe it is "gazette 94". I thought to myself - now that's a quick stitch - can do this in a couple of days. RIGHT! 4 days later - here is my finished biscornu! And what do you know - it has lighthouses on it.
It is stitched on a piece of 32 count blue opalescent from a Zweigart grab bag.
I finished the second I Spy Quilt for Grandson #2 - Hunter. He loves dinosaurs and therefore he loved the back almost as much as the front. He is visiting for the week and when I tuck him in at night we play I Spy before light's out. That alone is worth the work involved in his quilt.
I am also working on the shams for my parent's quilt. Not quite sure how this is going to lay out so I'm playing with ideas.
I am working on a couple of exchanges at the moment and therefore have no other stitches to show.
To all my Canadian Friends ----- HAPPY CANADA DAY
To all my U.S. Friends----------HAPPY 4TH OF JULY
To all my other friends around the world------HAPPY DAY IN YOUR PART OF THE WORLD TOO!!
I love this photo - The Pfeiffer clan celebrating Canada Day!!
Until next time, keep the frog out of your threads and in his own pond.