Wednesday, February 05, 2020

This and that

THIS was completed two nights ago. Yesterday I ironed it and trimmed some threads and today it went off to be added to the 25 million stitches art installation.


There are about 8900 stitches in this, by my count--the goal is to put together an art installation with 25 million stitches, each stitch representing  a refugee. I think I did my part! It was fun to do but I'm glad it is done.

THIS guy got a visit from me yesterday.







THAT 
is his best friend Tripoli (aka Fluffernutter).



THAT was a view from a morning walk on a snow flecked day earlier this week.  I love our coast views the best, but this one was OK too.

THAT IS IT!

6 comments:

kathy b said...

Oh yarn babies! They are so cute. Im glad they have buddies. The horses all have pals and they have to be separated from the weaker groups. Your photos are gorgeous.
Your refugee efforts are far greater than my meager hats for the border children. All of it counts, All of it tells people they are welcomed and loved

Vera said...

That's a bunch of stitches! I really like how it turned out. Very pretty. I loke your snowy walk picture too.

Kym said...

LOVE your stitching! Love. XO

Bridget said...

Such lovely stitching, and such a wonderful project overall.

Oh those sweethearts! I love that they are best buds. :-)

Jeannie Gray Knits said...

That's a lot of stitches!!
Great photos!

DelightedHands said...

The view of the coast is always beautiful! Glad your ton of stitches is done.