It took a little searching to find the last TUSAL “Ort” Report . . . back in May. If you’re new or need a memory jog, here’s what the Totally Useless Stitch-A–Long (TUSAL) is all about.
Save all your “orts” (all those little thread and yarn scraps left over from finished projects) in a container and post a picture each month on the new moon. There’s no point really, but it’s a fun way to reflect on what’s been accomplished each month. Want to play along? Sign-up information and new moon dates can be found here.
September’s new moon was yesterday. So here’s a three-month update.
My little container is full after three months. Inside are yarn scraps from the scrappy blanket and washcloths, tufts of fiber from Tour de Fleece spinning, and cotton threads from the Brickless scarf and art journaling pages.
This month’s scraps have been added to the large jar and my little container is ready for more orts.
Do you save the little scraps from your projects?