I know, I know. I haven't been posting a lot lately. We've had a lot going on, much of which has not been very blog worthy. I'll try to do better, but I ain't promising anything.
This past Saturday was our monthly I35 Stitchtogether. Georgia and I went and had a great time. Georgia won the door prize, a really pretty scissor fob with blue twisted glass beads made by a second timer. Brenna came last month and we didn't scare her off so she was back this month.
Jennifer was gloating over finally being able to complete her Polly Wog Designs Toads collection. She had all of them but two and found them on the Internet recently and had them in her hands at last.
There was a lot of stitching, eating, and storying going on. Mrs. Wanda told her tale of getting married by elopement (she's been married 72 years!). I liked to have fallen out of my chair laughing so hard over a story Marilyn told about car repair, but it would lose something in translation if I retold it here.
I'm making progress on "Tribal Seahorse." It's amazing how much stitching you can do when you have floss. Last month, I ran out of floss and ended up sitting at the table enjoying everyone's company, but not stitching.
And I put "Homespun Hollow" down for awhile to stitch on "Bunny Buns" as I was in a silly spring mood and it fit the bill. No bunny yet, but his pot and most of the Easter eggs are stitched.