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That’s better

The needlepoint is slightly lacking. Look at this: The highlight lacks subtly. This second leaf is much better———->   So…rather than tearing the whole thing out and redoing, if a thread of of the darker blue is stitched randomly on … Continue reading

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Stitching leaves 

Highlights Lowlights Midtowns And done.  

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Plant sales

Many good things about anticipating an annual plant sale.  It reduces the purchase of plants as a form of immediate gratification. A plant could be thought about, researched, mentally transplanted, and finally rejected after it is realized that it actually pretty … Continue reading

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The end of tiny sweaters

Finally! They is done. 24 tiny sweaters, ready for gifting, each unique. Okay, mostly unique. And here they are: The tiny sweaters fit quite nicely on obnoxiously pink Barbie doll hangers, although they may require painting. The hangers, not the sweaters. … Continue reading

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Irma

  14:48 in the Piedmont. The storm formerly known as Irma is sputtering its way through South Carolina. Apparently Charleston’s  been flooded out. Here, just some normal rain with the occasional gust. So best to stay indoors and needlepoint. And … Continue reading

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It’s back. 

Adventures all over. Time to get back to the real world. Welcome back to the lamest blog on the internet. But at least there’s this nice image of a butterfly. 

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Hiatus

Major statewide beekeeper conferences. Vacation. Emergency weeks gone to help a friend. A total solar eclipse. Damn bees keep swarming. Large plant Id project to complete. Crafty time is limited to making bee equipment and mending. Damn it! There is … Continue reading

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