MAGPIE'S MUMBLINGS

A blog about my interests, which include crazy quilting and various and assorted other artsy pursuits and sometimes known to contain mumblings of a random nature.

Monday, September 17, 2012

TUSAL & turkeys

Here are my TUSAL ORTs for the past month.  These prove that at least some stitching was done!





and below is my ORT jar for the year.  Thanks to DaffyCat for organizing this totally fun project!


AND,
over the weekend we happened upon
this little flock of young
wild turkeys...

Not a very clear picture but if you embiggen you should be able to see them better. 




9 comments:

  1. Love your TUSAL threads - you've been a busy little bee!
    Maybe I should join up next year if Daffycat decides to host it again - I would feel I had to stitch more and that's a good thing!
    xox
    Shane

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  2. It's no wonder those turkeys turned tail and ran........seems Thanksgiving is not too far away....
    gobble!

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  3. Nice ort container! I don't think too many people use a wine glass for their orts :)

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  4. Missed another orts tusal opportunity :-( It is your fault you know, for not reminding me ~ lol. Maybe next month...

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  5. Three cheers for your ORT threads.
    I keep forgetting to blog mine....To-day!! I'm grounded since my car is at the shop for it's fall update:)
    oxox
    ((((hugs))))
    Maggie

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  6. LOVE the wild turkeys.... so cute... can you eat them?
    xoxo
    ((((hugs))))
    Maggie

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  7. Anonymous11:05 AM

    Just named your turkeys for next year. Christmas, New Year, Easter, and Thanksgiving! LOL
    Mrs Noofy.

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  8. Wonderful nature shot MA!
    AND
    I Love your threads!
    that is inspiring...
    I never enjoy tossing them out...
    now to find a nice big glass container :)
    oxo

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  9. there you go again with your ''embiggen''! You could have solved your Christmas lunch problem here!

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