I've always wanted to go to Scotland (my maternal ancestors were predominately Scots) and coming over to help with this project would be so awesome. Unfortunately it's just not in the cards for anytime soon. I love seeing all that's been contributed so far though, especially that red and white piece with hearts. And I think I see part of the Dr.Who scarf from AIMR. Better get mine in the mail.
Just got back from a three day scrapbooking convention. Spent way too much money but had a wonderful time. Then my first great-great nephew was born this evening, so will see him tomorrow. Next week I'm teaching two professional development classes over STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and next month we'll celebrate dh's family reunion with a long weekend at a camp resort. Should be a really good summer.
Love this gallery. I went out of state for a few days and a garden of goodies appear! Excellent work on the flower, bees, and foxes.
I drove through Tapestrymlp's home town on my way to a scrapbooking convention. Wish I had been finished; then I could have dropped the twinchie off in person, but I did find what I wanted to use to mount the stitching at one of the shopping booths. Knew I had seen the items at last year's convention, so glad they were back again this year. Now to get myself in gear and finish the stitching.
What a cute little guy - - - and the Vespa's not bad either! Seriously, I love the touch of eyelet lace and the grosgrain ribbon wrapped frame. They do the embroidery proud! Fiberartsy did an impressive job recreating your Vespa and the plumes of rainbow colored exhaust add that touch of whimsy that just makes me smile.