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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Dreary Day...

Rainy, 52 degrees F, and overcast right up to the Pearly Gates... I am so bummed on these days, so I thought I'd share the stuff I've been working on.  (This is my 555th post!)


I felt this urge to make RSC butterflies, so I started with this month's color. I made two because I thought I'd share one... Just leave me a message if you want one. I'll draw a name on Sunday.

I'd been working on the geese strips. Worked ahead on pink after I finished the 5 yellow. I'll show them once that color is called for the RSC.  Started on orange, too.


Another downpour.  The gutters are overflowing some more. I think the angels are trying to overflow Lake Superior!
Luckily I'm dry - even in the basement!  Hope you are in a good place.

Hugs,
Terri

13 comments:

  1. Yes, gray and wet for the next few days. We are hot, instead of cold. Love the butterfly. I'm looking at my lovely Lily and my potion bottle right now. I love my blocks from you.

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  2. oooh love the yellow butterfly...nice...hugs, Julierose

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  3. Yes, it's been a dreary day here too. Thunder rumbling again right now and a tornado watch in effect. Yesterday was gorgeous though, and sunny skies will be back soon. Pretty butterflies!

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  4. Hey, Terri, glad to find you again. I lost your blog link a month or so ago. The butterflies look great. This year's weather is such a mess. Summer heat is here for now.

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  5. Nothing better than bright and shiny butterflies to cheer a dreary day.

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  6. Love the butterfly! You might want to link up with the Kaleidoscope of Butterflies link up this week too. You can find the button in my sidebar. And a rainbow of butterflies is a great idea. I hope the sun comes out soon!

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  7. Hot and dry here. I particularly like the way you made the body triangular and will enjoy seeing more. Thanks for linking with Kaleidsoscope of Butterflies.

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  8. Just read the previous post, so grateful for rain after a drought. If only it were spread evenly. Those are the loveliest butterflies I have ever,seen. They look so real, not stiff. Keep up the good work!.

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  9. Sorry you are feeling under the weather! It has fluctuated so much here.
    Love the butterflies (wish I liked paper piecing)...yellow is so cheery so maybe you need to sew with more yellow!
    Thanks for linking up to Kaleidoscope of Butterflies.

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  10. Your butterfly blocks are beautiful, good work! The pink butterfly
    blocks and the pink, orange flying geese are cheerful too, I can see
    you've been making your own sunshine, brilliant.

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  11. Sunny butterflies brighten the day when the weather is gloomy. We've had more than our share of rain last month too. Hard to keep up with the yard work - too wet or too hot.

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