I sat amongst twenty or so other patients gazing into space as we tend to do when we have nothing more entertaining to look at than a digital screen and have exchanged uninterested glances with each other so many times only to find that we unsurprisingly continue to look the same. I was prepared as always, and took out my tiny faithful bag of hexicon supplies and managed to sew up 20 minis before the impersonal digital screen beeped and told RJX that it was his, her or its turn to go in. If I had defied the sun at one bus stop and the wind at the return stop, I could easily have finished 40 or so hexies. So, it´s always useful to carry your needlework in your bag when you have a medical appointment.
My post today has little to do with hexies, although some of them can be seen at the end of this post with my Tusal jar. Today is another Smalls SAL check-in.
I found this redwork design on the Internet years ago and just added my usual smattering of beads or similar.
Having hunted about and found several old picture frames, I went on to embroider a second design.
I now have two remaining patterns to stitch saved in my files which I will hopefully post about next week. Heather at Stitching Lotus hosts the Smalls SAL, so if you are interested to find out more about this group, click on my sidebar button.
TUSAL - check-in
My ORT´s jar is now full but will suffice until the end of this year. More information about this Totally Useless SAL may be found by clicking my sidebar button which will take you to Its Daffycat.
See you next week, happy stitching.
Linking this post to Supermom-no cape Stitchery party.