Thursday, July 1, 2010

A finish and an unusual beetle


 Here is LHN August Monthly Sampler stitched on  Mushroom (un)evenweave.  I played with the colors a little bit.  It's hard to keep the colors true to Diane's design because there are 5 of us stitching these in our stitching group and I always feel the need to make mine unique.

  At stitching group yesterday we got into a discussion about eyelashes. What we wouldn't do to get them.  We talked about a product that is available via prescription called Latisse.  Last night, my hubby called from the other room saying he found someone that got into the Latisse.  Low and behold,  a beetle with the longest "lashes" on his antennae.  We were hysterical and then it doned on me that it was a giant BEETLE in my HOUSE.  AAAAAGGGHHHHH!!!!!

Lastly, I harvested some squash from the garden for dinner.  Yumm-O!

5 comments:

Missy aka Birdy said...

Lovely stitching but you can keep that beetle!!LOL LOL My squash is just now flowering but growing by the second.

Hugs
-missy-

Deborah said...

I am sure that I will enjoy the squash as well. Thanks!

DonnaTN said...

I like your finish! Cool beetle, I actually took an insect identification class in college. Your squash is beautiful!

Denise said...

Love the August finish, don't love the beetle!

Carol said...

Hi Nataly! Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave such a nice comment about my over one stitching. I found your LK over one on your other blog and it is delightful--perfectly stitched AND finished :) So happy to have found another nice stitching blog to follow...

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