Tweet says the Birdy

long and short stitches, satin stitch and french knots

Anyone familiar with my blog or work will of course recognize my little spuggy.

The spuggy tweets on the edge of her threads
tweet bloody tweet
ain't she sweet


Art Stuff
Scrap Wars-the art of getting someone to cough up $12,000
It was the Gerbil that did it, plus the nasty use of yellow (wish there was a pic)

Cute StuffJafabrit's Front Door Drama
one hatched, two to go
tweet! tweet!

Just to Reiterate Stuff
I am NOT giving up working on my art full time
and
I won't turn away opportunity when it knocks

Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity
Roman philosopher, mid-1st century AD


Comments

Sean Baker said…
Great embroidery, The embroidery by Angelo Filomeno doesn't look like embroidery at all, it's actually incredibley detailed!

The hatching birds in your reef are so cute, how did they end up there?
Bill Evertson said…
Everything's for the birds today. We have phoebes (any of a genus "Sayornis" of tyrant flycatchers) that nest in our breezeway despite our mostly non-lethal discouragement. This proceeds the annual shower of babies when we walk out, startle mom, and chicks inevitably fall out of the nest onto our heads. We are then shanghaied into the role of protectors from neighborhood cats until mom completes the flying lessons. I hope spuggy is better behaved :)
Jean said…
Dear C: I agave you an award today. love, jean
Virgil Hervey said…
I love your little spuggy!
JafaBrit's Art said…
Hiay Sean, I agree about the Filomeno embroidery. I am wondering if it is machine embroidery. It is technically just so perfect and detailed.

It seems to be the invasion of the birds, because one is trying to sneak in the garage and build a nest. Our gazebo has a nest near the entrance, and now this one on the wreath one the front door. oh well lol!

Bill, Who knew we would readadjust our lives for the sake of a few birdies lol!

I think Virgil little spuggy is my motif, glad you like him/her.

oooh la la Jean I will have to pop over.
Lana Gramlich said…
Hooray for the robin chicks! I love this time of year. Had crow fledglings in our backyard this morning. :)
Susie Q said…
Oh what great embroidery!

Sweet birdies...we miss them this year! For 3 years in a row a nest has been built and become the life spring board for a family of robins or doves. None here this year but many out in the garden!


Love,
Sue
The Lone Beader said…
Your black bird is cute! You should make a Twitter logo with it!