Saturday, June 17, 2017

FNSI time again - the months seem to fly by and when you have these regular meetings it just highlights how quickly a month can go.
Thanks to Wendy again for keeping us all going.

Tonight I worked on my Gail Pan "Seasons" many lazy daisy flowers (grrrrr) - I was hating them - but I found a lovely variegated perle 8 thread DMC 4504 which I am using for those annoying flowers. I have them as good as I can get them now.

I also did a bit of plain crochet for a block for the blankets for "Knitting for Brisbane's Needy" group.

I found another great quote from Summer on Blossom Street -#6 in the Debbie Macomber Blossom Street series books.

"Watching a complex stitch pattern grow as I knit 
silences the voice in my head that tells me to sweep the floor.  
I imagine dust bunnies are knitting themselves together under my chair".

- Substitute "sewing" for knitting for sewing and she is spot on!!

Hope all my cyber sewing buddies had a fun & productive night - I will try to visit some of you over the coming week.

See you next month.


  1. I must remember that quote. LOL. A busy night at your house producing some lovely things.

  2. Hi Susan lovely work my friend,well done xx

  3. Lovely projects... great quote ❤️❤️❤️

  4. Great quote! I also live by the one that says "Housework Makes You Ugly"! Getting more & more beautiful by the day!! Hahahha! Your stitchery is pretty1

  5. Love that quote! You have done a lovely job on your lazy daisies!

  6. You had an enjoyable evening of stitching and crochet..
    Great Quote....

  7. Your lazy daisies look great from here Susan - that's a lovely design. Love the quots from the book - I can relate totally :-)

  8. You might have hated doing them but they look great

  9. I totally forgot fnsi! Oops...
    Lovely work for your efforts - even those pesky flowers!

  10. Lovely stitchery..can certainly relate to the quote :)

  11. Nice to see some progress on your stitchery and love any yarn work lol
    Hugs sharm

  12. I always struggle with lazy daisys too. I love the verse. :) Many knitted dust bunnies in my house.


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