With this last post of February,
this post will show a few of my Valentine displays.
Better late than never.
A few hearts on my early leather books.
A few of my teddies got into the action.
Some with hearts.
One on top of a wreath.
I apologize for the glare by the teddies nose.
I purchased these beige hooked hearts
before I learned how to hook.
Unfortunately Tundra thought the third one was his.
I could not fix it.
My first display.
I stitched this pillow with wool on blue ticking
years ago now.
Just a bit of Valentine's in my kitchen.
Added these old red cookie cutters I had
and red floral plates.
Changed up my pitchers to blue spongeware
and white ones.
Now for an update on my Dancing Rabbit.
Am loving hooking this!
I feel like dancing myself!
Now most of you know I cut my worms by hand.
Just like our foremothers did.
So it takes me a bit longer,
and my worms are not all the same size.
I would rather cut worms, than bind.
This was my choice of wool for my second rabbit.
It does have a bit of purple in it, but not much.
In person you cannot tell it at all once hooked in.
Still debating on my background color.
I keep going back and forth.
Red or blue.
Blue or red.
Then what color blue or red.
Decisions Decisions Decisions.
Not even sure if I want to use green for grass.
Most of you know green is not a favorite
color of mine....except for floral greens.
make sure you visit Saundra's blog
to see more Dancing Rabbits.
Everyone is doing a fantastic job!
In other news.
Our next door neighbors dog was attacked
by a coyote the other night.
We do not talk to this neighbor.
They rent the house and keep to themselves.
They have never been friendly.
We heard about it from another neighbor.
They must talk to her.
Even though we have a fenced in backyard,
we do keep Tundra in at night.
Bob has been turning the outside light on
now in the mornings just in case,
and watches out the window.
We live one house away to 1450 acres of state land.
We know the coyotes are out there.
This is the first time since living here
for 20 years that one has been this close
I have seen fox, deer and turkeys in our front yard.
Never a coyote.
Well you know what I will be doing this weekend.
Tundra and I are off to Tim Horton's now,
for my bagel and his Timbit.
Maybe we will see an eagle along the river,
as the ducks are North of us in open water.
Too much ice near us to see any.
Just got notification that the ferry
to the main island here will be shutting down
sometime this afternoon.
That means more ice is coming down.
What are your plans for the weekend?
End Of February Blessings To All!