I had a second finish while at the beach!
Really pleased with how this one turned out, because I wasn't too thrilled with the green of the cottage. But I think it's a nice contrast to the pink.
I have begun working on my secret gift and it shouldn't take more than a couple of days - I made sure not to get another BAP for this one because I have a very tight deadline on it!
I wanted to save my ORT's while I was stitching at the beach, so I took along a little teeny canning jar from Justin's collection. See if you notice anything special about this.
Yep, those are the seashells that Joey and I collected to bring home! I am thinking it's time to find a larger glass container for my little threads. Almost all of my shells are a deep purple somewhere on them and I think I found one little piece of sea glass, also purple. What should I do with our shells? We didn't find many - I guess Nags Head doesn't wash up a lot of them or a lot of people had been out collecting before we did.
Carrie and I are ready to start our SAL on All Hearts Come Home.
We are all kitted up and are just waiting on Linda to tell us when she is ready to begin! If you'd like to join the SAL, please let us know and we will add you.
That's about it for today. I did want to share this present I brought home from the beach with you though:
One minute and 16 seconds of the beautiful beach at Nags Head. If you want to bookmark it so you can listen to it on a loop while you sew, feel free and please send me instructions on how to put it on a loop!!!