Monday, July 14, 2014
Another friend is remembered with a block.
This one is for Janet, another of my long time friends. You may already know her because we seem to visit many of the same blogs.
In a way this was easy to decide on.
Janet is fond of bright and scrappy so I have made her block a rainbow.
The harder part was adding the Caribou ...crossing the block.
After all, her blog is Caribou Crossing Chroicles.
I tried another piece of the "Japanese taupe". It is soft and flexible but a bit tricky for details like antlers. I did this on the bus ride out to my English class and I think my fellow passengers were wondering what that strange foreigner was up to. By the way, did you spot the Canada goose? I couldn't resist that one.
I might add to beware of bunnies, as they tend to multiply when given too much attention. Sunday I was gifted two new bunnies. I'm not sure how they are to be used as they are a bit too light to make bookends.
They are cut from wood and just a wee bit tall to fit under the slanting eves above my pillow.
They were, however, welcomed by the rest of the gang. They are all sitting on the boxes that hold my Scout patches ... that too is a growing collection. I used to sew the patches from scout events on to a patch blanket but after two blankets. enough is enough. Still they keep coming, event after event. A number of them I even designed for the Far East Council.
Well, that is about it for today. Thank you, Janet, for your continued friendship. This should make up for all the dog hair I send in your direction on the Northerly winds.