Monday, April 4, 2016

April in Texas

Texas Wildflowers, including Bluebonnetts  and Indian Paintbrushes, are in flull bloom. Here are a couple of pictures.

Also, I said yes again. I have been asked to stitch a few items for a church bazaar in the fall and of course I couldn't said no. One person donated a garbage bag full of baby bibs, blankets, a plush animal, towels, and a couple of afghans.
My friend said if I would stitch some of it for them, I could have some of it.
Here is the one I have started stiching an ice cream cone on it. It is a Charles Craft plush.
Life, including work and family, have gotten in way of stitching right now. I did put in a few stitches. I have also started another wine glass-mill hill for a gift in May.
1.     October  Weather Poems-Sue Cook-Britian’s #1 Crossstitch Magazine-2000 issues
 “Texas, ropin’ and ridin’”–The 12 Days of Texas Christmas Series -Redbird Designs
 Wine Glass Mill Hill
Have a great week.


Donna Pheneger said...

A great update Joyce. All of you are going to be busy with that donation! I love how your 12 Days of Texas Christmas is coming along.
Blessings, Donna

Tiffstitch said...

Nice work on everything and hope you're able to get a few things done for the bazaar! I have that monkey as well, but I haven't stitched anything on it yet.

Deb said...

Wonderful stitching!

We are in full garden mode here. Love the flower pictures!

diamondc said...

Joyce: It is always nice to get the bazaar stitching done early, love that little monkey.
All your projects are wonderful.
Beautiful picture of the wild flowers.