I know I often say that time is flying by, and the month of June is no exception. Here it is already half over . . . sigh. We got a bit of much needed rain today. I should have worked in the flower gardens this evening, but just couldn't make myself. I'll have to work doubly hard this weekend. I did snap a picture of my clematis. It's probably 40+ years old, dug up from the farm where I grew up and I've had it for about 15 years. It is a prolific bloomer.
The worms are finally sorted (unless I find more hiding somewhere). It took me several days. I can understand the hugs pile of neutrals and the darks, but look at that pile of green (to the left of the basket). I don't get it. I really don't use much green when hooking. Now I must figure out how to store them.
All linen is not created equally. When I first started hooking (11 years ago), I purchased some linen on eBay. I have no idea whose it is or from whom it was purchased. I found it very difficult to hook on and haven't used it since. I found this piece and thought I would give it another try. You can see I had started a dog and then tore it out because it was just too hard to hook on, especially being a newbie.
I still find it unpleasant to hook on, but will use it to make a few sunflowers to be mounted on an old bedspring. I am vending at a show in Michigan in the fall and thought I would hook a few fallish items. I'm not sure why because last time I did the fall show, none of the hooked pieces sold. Maybe I'm just a slow learner ~ or hoping to be luckier this time. I will put away my dog and two crows rug for a while and concentrate on sunflowers and pumpkins.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)