June TUSAL Update

Today began with a serious thunderstorm and rain.  Sydney tried to be brave, but she really dislikes the rumble of thunder.  She ended up on the foot of the bed where she finally went back to sleep about the time for us to get up.  The skies cleared and the sun is bright and hot — 91 degrees — and humid.

Today is the new moon and time for a TUSAL (Totally Useless Stitch-Along) update.  At mid-year, my little ort jar is almost full.  It won’t be long until I’ll have to press the threads down to make room for more.

Most of the threads on the top come from the two projects shown in the picture — Christmas Patchwork and 4th of July – Quaker Style.  I’ll have more details on those soon.  There are greens and browns from Gardening Welcome and a couple of scraps from the Waffle Knit Dishcloth and Lacy Baktus.

It’s fun to see the jar fill and more fun to think back on the projects represented.  If you’d like to join the Totally Useless Stitch-Along, follow the link in the sidebar.

I hope your day is sunny and bright … and maybe not quite so hot.  Thanks so much for visiting me today!


2 thoughts on “June TUSAL Update

  1. I save up my end bits, too, both in floss and yarn. Then in the spring we hang them in the trees in little wire holders so the birds can use them for nesting.

    It’s fun to see our project parts woven into nests.


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