Wednesday, June 15, 2016

June Gifted Gorgeousness

A plethora of posting these days since I forgot GG again, but at least I'm not late this month. Check out GG at our wonderful host's blog, Serendipitous Stitching and learn all about this fun monthly event. We post about gifts we've received or are working on or anything else we can fit in the "gifted item" description. 

Here's my update this month:

More Owls! 
KLT Charting SAL Owl #6
and Owl #7

this was a gift from a dear friend across the pond. There are 5 more owls to go and hopefully I can finish by the end of July to receive the free chart gift for finishers. :)

Mini Winter Magic for the HAED Challenge #2 was a gift from a Yahoo group I belonged to and used to be active. This was a December gift from 2012 and I'm finally getting back to it. 
almost done the page!

And that's it for this month. I'm sure there will be more next month.

On the gift theme, there's a new group on Facebook called Rainbows for Peace and Comfort. The idea is to stitch a few squares that can be made into quilts for the victims and survivors of the massacre in Orlando, Florida. I hope to stitch a few for them by the end of the year. They hope to have many stitchers join in, so if you're looking for a way to help out, this may be it. 

Happy Stitching,



  1. Love your owls - your colour choices are excellent.

  2. che belli i tuoi ricami, l'HAED è sempre più bello

  3. Cute owls! Your Mini Winter Magic looks great! Thank you for the info about the Rainbows for Peace and Comfort group.

  4. I love seeing these cute owls.

  5. Fab owls! Love the colour in the first one.

  6. The owls are so very, very awesome.
    Congrats on all of that work!

  7. great stitching on your pretty owls.

  8. Thanks for taking part in GG this month. Great work on your owls and I'm sure you can finish them in time with such a good incentive!

  9. Those owls are stunning - so colourful and stunning.


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