A rare midweek post--I've put the pedal to the metal. Or the oars to the water in this case! I've gotten Sarah Hatton McPhail (The Essamplaire) out and am working on it again. I can't think why I abandoned her.
Here, for a refresher, is the sampler photo. My tree is to the left, off the picture. A warm, lazy southern river (Sarah was originally stitched in Norfolk, VA, I believe, although I have to check the notes on that.) No snow in this sampler!
And I'm continuing to work on Janet Gibson. I'm just a teensy bit bored with the over-one verse, but we will persevere (or I may simply stitch "blah, blah, blah"). There are other samplers in the wings!
Our Edinburgh poet friend, Crafty Green Poet has given us the nicest award--thank you so much, CGP! I will apply the button this weekend when I have a few minutes to figure out what I'm doing! Please visit her for the most gorgeous photo of snowdrops, and not a drop of snow anywhere!
Also, our dear, quirky, humongously talented (photo/glassmaking/pretty much everything she touches) bunny mama, Potentially Nervous has a new site to sell her wonderful rabbit photos and wares. Check out the hilarious calendar, posters, notecards. Visit her and browse her stuff here! You know you have to have a bunny calendar! (Note: yes, that's a real bunny.)
The buns: "Why aren't we in a calendar?"
Me: "No one wants a calendar with doots in it."
Elvis: "I'm so embarassed."
Happy rest of the week!